A. A. Bondy
Auguste Arthur "A. A." Bondy, formerly known as Scott Bondy (born c. 1973) is a folk/rock singer and songwriter.
Bondy grew up in New Roads, Louisiana and moved to Birmingham in the mid 1980s. He was the frontman for the well-regarded rock trio Verbena from his high school days at Mountain Brook until 2003. Since that group broke up, he has released one solo album with a folkier sound, and a second followed in Spring 2009.
The first, American Hearts, was recorded with two microphones in a barn next to his house in Palenville, New York. During live performances his wife, Clare Felice (sister of the Felice Brothers), often accompanies him on organ.
- Bondy, A. A. (2007) American Hearts. Superphonic Records. re-released in 2008 on Fat Possum Records.
- Bondy, A. A. (2009) When The Devil's Loose. Fat Possum Records
- Lees, Jaime (February 6, 2008) "AA Bondy reinvents himself as an indie-folk artist" Riverfront Times
- Shultz, David (January 25, 2009) "A.A. Bondy and the Fabrication of American Hearts" Jambands.com
- Hurt, Edd (September 22, 2009) "A. A. Bondy: On Track." American Songwriter
- Pow, Chris (November 11, 2009) "A.A. Bondy spaces out, has Elvis Perkins along for the ride at Bottletree." Birmingham News
 External links
- A. A. Bondy on MySpace.com