Conway Savage (born 27 July 1960) is an Australian rock musician best known as pianist/organist/backing vocalist for Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. Events 1214 - Battle of Bouvines: In France, Philip II of France defeats John of England. Year 1960 ( MCMLX) was a Leap year starting on Friday (link will display full calendar of the Gregorian calendar. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are an Australian rock band with multinational personnel fronted by Nick Cave. He joined the group in 1990 for their Good Son tour of that year.
Savage has now been a key member of the Bad Seeds for over 15 years featuring on such celebrated albums as Henry's Dream, Let Love In, Murder Ballads, The Boatman's Call, No More Shall We Part and Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus. Henry's Dream is the seventh album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, on May 12, 1992. For the Goo Goo Dolls album see Let Love In (Goo Goo Dolls album Let Love In is the 8th studio album by Nick Cave and Murder Ballads is the ninth studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released in 1996 on Mute Records. The Boatman's Call is the tenth studio album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. No More Shall We Part is the 11th studio album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, September 2001 Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus is the 13th studio album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Due to the overall minimal piano parts onthe band's 14th release, Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!, Conway was imple featured on backing vocals and hand claps. Dig Lazarus Dig!!! is the fourteenth studio album by international alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It is unknown if he will be accompanying the band on their tour for the album.
He began playing piano in his early teens in the dining room of one of the pubs his parents owned in country Victoria. In the 1980s he played in the Melbourne-based country-rock band Dust On The Bible, with his sister-in-law Jane (wife of rock cabaret performer/builder Frank Savage) as lead vocalist, and in the rock band The Feral Dinosaurs. The 1980s was the decade spanning from January 1 1980 to December 31 1989.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, he also guested on numerous albums and singles for various leading Australian musicians, including Kim Salmon, Dave Graney, Robert Forster, Spencer P. The 1990s collectively refers to the years between and including 1990 and 1999 Kim Salmon is a renowned and influential Australian Indie rock musician and songwriter Dave Graney (born in Mount Gambier, South Australia) is an Australian rock musician and Singer/songwriter. Robert Forster (born Robert Wallace Foster Jr; July 13, 1941) is an Academy Award -nominated American Actor. Jones, and David McComb. David Richard McComb, ( February 17, 1962 &ndash February 2, 1999) was an Australian rock musician
Savage has also produced his own critically acclaimed solo material. In 1993 he released a self-titled mini-album. In 1998 he linked up with singer/songwriter Suzie Higgie for the collaborative album, Soon Will Be Tomorrow. Suzie Higgie is an Australian musician She was lead singer and songwriter for the Falling Joys, an Australian Alternative rock band formed in Canberra
In 2000 Conway Savage released his debut full-length album Nothing Broken on his own label Beheaded Communications, featuring fellow Bad Seeds Mick Harvey, Martyn P. Casey, together with Charlie Owen. For the Australian Cricket umpire with the same name see Mick Harvey (umpire Michael John Harvey Martyn Paul Casey (born 10 July 1960 is an Australian rock Bass guitarist He is best known as a member of The Triffids and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Charlie Owen is a businessman residing in Louisville Kentucky. In 2004, Conway Savage's third solo release Wrong Man's Hands, was recorded in Australia on an 8-track in a room above the Union Club Hotel, Fitzroy, with members of Melbourne band The Stream, Amanda Fox and Robert Tickner. Conway Savage's most recent release was 2005's Rare Songs & Performances 1989-2004, which traced his various studio and live material recorded in Australia and Europe. Guest musicians include Mick Harvey, Martyn P Casey, Jim White, Spencer P Jones, Amanda Fox and Robert Tickner.