Havana 3 A.M.
formed January 1, 1990 (age 30)
Taking their name from an obscure Pérez Prado album, Havana 3 A.M. included former Clash bassist Paul Simonon, guitarist Gary Myrick (ex-Figures), and lead singer Nigel Dixon from Whirlwind. With Simonon aboard, there was built-in interest for their debut release, issued through IRS Records in spring 1991. Blending roots rock and punk, it received generally solid reviews and notched a minor radio hit with Reach the Rock, and the band toured extensively promoting it. Simonon left the band afterwards to pursue a career in art and Dixon passed away from cancer. Myrick rebuilt the band with bass player Tom Felicetta and drummer Jamie Chez, releasing Texas Glitter Tombstone Tales in 1996. It would be the only other release under the Havana 3 A.M. moniker, as Myrick would return to a solo career with 2001's Waltz of the Scarecrow King, which found him working with noted producer Tchad Blake. ~ Tom Demalon, Rovi
HAVANA 3 AM - Reach the Rock
Havana 3AM - Reach The Rock
What About Your Future
Havana 3 AM - MTV Intw. / Night Flight Profile / David. Letterman Show - The Hardest Game 1991
Death In The Afternoon
Havana 3 A. M. - The Hardest Game
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