King Buzzo Announce Acoustic Tour Date at The ELM with JD Pinkus

King Buzzo, the iconic founder and lead vocalist/guitar player for the Melvins, and Mr. Bungle bass player Trevor Dunn are set to bring the acoustic King Dunn Tour to The ELM on August 12, 2024. They’ll be supported by JD Pinkus (of The Melvins and Butthole Surfers).

“I’ve been waiting a LONG time to do an acoustic tour with Trevor,” Buzz Osborne shares. “He’s a fantastic player, and has the ability to make his bass sound like an oil tanker crashing into a coral reef.”

Osborne and Dunn have collaborated several times over the years, including Dunn’s participation in King Buzzo’s 2020 album, Gift of Sacrifice, as well as both being members of Fantômas, and Dunn’s work as a part of Melvins Lite. On the King Dunn Tour, Trevor Dunn will showcase his chops on a stand-up concert bass, while King Buzzo takes center stage with his distinctive vocals and acoustic guitar mastery. The stripped-down, unplugged format promises an intimate and immersive musical encounter for fans of both artists.

Mark your calendars and get your tickets to see this one of a kind show ASAP!


PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Friday, January 26, 2024 at 10:00AM at The ELM box officeonline, or by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000.

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About King Buzzo & Trevor Dunn

King Buzzo, a.k.a. Buzz Osborne, is the singer, guitar player and founder of the enormously influential band, the Melvins. His innovative approach to songwriting, and guitar playing, has influenced countless musicians, and turned leagues of music lovers into ardent fans. Renowned for his pioneering use of down-tuned strings, Buzzo masterfully blended his punk and metal influences, and in turn, he created a groundbreaking new sound in heavy music. Over Osborne’s extensive career, which originated in the small hamlet of Montesano, Wash. in 1983, he has released over 30 albums under the Melvins’ moniker, two solo albums [Gift of Sacrifice (2020) and This Machine Kills Artists (2014)], as well as a number of collaborative projects including Fantômas and Crystal Fairy.

Trevor Dunn might be most widely known for his work with Mr. Bungle, the eclectic and unpredictable Northern California band he co-founded in 1985, but his career outside of Mr. Bungle has been just as notable. Also a member of Fantômas, Trevor Dunn’s Trio-Convulsant, Tomahawk and Melvins Lite, Dunn has also written music for various ensembles, performed extensively with John Zorn, and recently formed Riverworm Records, a label home for “discarded, forgotten, and misunderstood music.”