Joey Molland is best known for being a member of Badfinger, the Beatles’ protege band on Apple Records. He auditioned for Badfinger in November of 1969, joined the group shortly after, and remained with them until 1974. From Come and Get It and No Matter What to Day After Day, their driving sound made them an instant sensation in the early 1970s.
In addition to his work with Badfinger, Molland played guitar on George Harrison’s albums All Things Must Pass and The Concert for Bangladesh and played on John Lennon’s Imagine.
Joey is a native Liverpudlian who will be telling great stories from those hectic Apple days.
Joey will be participating in at least one signing session on Friday and two signings on both Saturday and Sunday. Exact times will be posted on our site a week before the FEST and in our program booklet.
1976 – Los Angeles
1987 – New York Metro, Chicago, Los Angees
1996 – Los Angeles, Chicago
2002 – Boston
2011 – New York Metro, Chicago
2013 – Chicago
2014 – Los Angeles
FEST VIDEOS FROM FANS:
Performing “Day After Day” with Liverpool at the 2011 FEST –
CLASSIC JOEY MOLLAND VIDEOS:
Performing “No Matter What” with Badfinger –
Joey Molland on Twitter: @BadfingerJoey
Joey Molland on the Web: badfingersite.com