Tour: 2004 Bubblegum

The 2004 UK/European/US tour for The Mark Lanegan Band
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Mark Lanegan – Vocals
Brett Netson- Guitar
Eddie Nappi- Bass
Norman Block -Drums
Michael Barragan – Guitar
Shelley Brien – Vocals 

Nick Oliveri – Guitar

2004 Bubblegum EUROPEAN Tour – 1st Leg
13 Augustust 04
Oslo, Norway
The Øyafestival
14 August 04
Efurt, Germany
Highfields Festival
15 August 04
Bielefeld, Germany
Strange Build Festival
17 August 04
Amsterdam, Netherlands
19 August 04
Paredes de Coura Festival
20 August 04
Kiewit, Belgium
Pukkelpop Festival
22 August 04
Berlin, Germany
23 August 04
Koln, Germany
Prime Club
24 August 04
Hamburg, Germany
25 August 04
Utrecht, Netherlands
26 August 04
Portsmouth, UK
The Wedgewood Rooms
28 August 04
Reading, UK
Carling Weekender
29 August 04
Leeds, UK
Carling Weekender
31 August 04
Milton Keynes, UK
Woughton Centre
1 September 04
London, UK
Islington Academy
2 September 04
Paris, France
Nouveau Casino
4 September 04
Bologna, Italy
Independent Days Festival
6 September 04
Duddingen, Switzerland
Bad Bonn
7 September 04
Geneva, Switzerland
8 September 04
Zurich, Switzerland
Abart Music Club
10 September 04
Vitoria, Spain
Azkena Rock Festival
2004 Bubblegum US Tour
10 October 04
San Diego, CA
11 October 04
Los Angeles, CA
El Rey
12 October 04
San Francisco, CA
Great American Music Hall
15 October 04
Portland, OR
Doug Fir Lounge
16 October 04
Portland, OR
Doug Fir Lounge
2004 Bubblegum AUSTRALIAN Tour
19 October 04
Melbourne, Victoria
Ding Dong Lounge
20 October04
Richmond, Victoria
Corner Hotel
21 October04
Surrey Hills, NSW
Gaelic Club
23 October 04
The Zoo
2004 Bubblegum EUROPEAN Tour – 2nd Leg
26 October 04
Brussels, Belgium
Ancienne Belgique
27 October 04
Bochum, Germany
28 October 04
Amsterdam, Netherlands
30 October 04
Oslo, Norway
31 October 04
Stockholm, Sweden
2 November 04
3 November 04
Frankfurt, Germany
4 November 04
Berlin, Germany
Mudd Club
6 November 04
Vienna, Austria
7 November 04
Munich, Germany
New Backstage
8 November 04
Stuttgart, Germany
Die Röhre
10 November 04
Rome, Italy
11 November 04
Milan, Italy
12 November 04
Treviso, Italy
New Age
13 November 04
Rimini, Italy
14 November 04
Düdingen, Switzerland
Bad Bonne
16 November 04
Barcelona, Spain
Sala Apolo
17 November 04
Madrid, Spain
18 November 04
Zaragoza, Spain
20 November 04
Paris, France
Le Trabendo
21 November 04
Brighton, UK
Old Market
22 November 04
Birmingham, UK
Academy 2
23 November 04
Dublin, Ireland
25 November 04
Belfast, N. Ireland
26 November 04
Glasgow, Scotland
27 November 04
Manchester, UK
Academy 2
28 November 04
Leeds, UK
30 November 04
Sheffield, UK
1 December. 04
Bristol, UK
The Fiddlers
2 December 04
London, UK

After the 2004 tour, many people have expressed an interest in the members of this incarnation of the Mark Lanegan Band. Here is some basic info, which should lead you to more info, which may lead you to find new music to like. Which is never a bad thing. Thanks to Ann for doing most of this research on the band!

Brett Netson (guitar) – Brett played in the MLB in 2001, 2003, and this year. Check out his band Caustic Resin
Nick Oliveri (guitar) – In addition to his own band, Mondo Generator, Nick was of course in Queens of the Stone Age, and has been involved in numerous projects going back to The Dwarves – Google him, there’s a lot.
Eddie Nappi (bass) – Eddie was in the MLB for the 2003 and 2004 tours, and his band Enemy was also the tour opening band in 2003. He was previously in a band called Handsome.
Norm Block (drums) – played drums with MLB in 2003 and 2004. Norm was a member of Plexi, with Michael Barragan, in the ’90sHe was also a member of Tape, Rasputina, and Meow Meow (who have a record out on Devil In The Woods).
Michael Barragan (guitar) – in addition to Plexi, Michael played in Loaded, with Duff McKagan. In 1999, he and Shelley Brien were founding members of Broken.
Shelley Brien (vocals) – Was in Broken with Michael Barragan

Some sites that had tour images/info that are not on this site:

Guy Peter’s review of Brussels

FasterLouder from Australia has many links of interest here:
Album of the Week review:

Melbourne Review:

Sydney Review:

Brisbane Review:

Toazted has audio MP3 interviews with Mark that can be dowloaded for free. Check them out at

Magnet Magazine has an interview with Mark in their Oct/Nov issue. Check them out here:

Pictures from Koeln, Germany – Gebaeude 9, 23-Augustust 2004 are here:

Pictures from the Paris show can be seen here:

See Alice’s site for great pics from Indendent Days, Bologna, Italy, including Mondo Generator!

Cor sent a link to a review (in Dutch) and pics from Pukkelpop

Carston sends this link to a review (in German) and pics of the Koln show:

Pictures from the first show of the tour are on this site: