Spring 2010

Curated “Defining Music”, a new music series, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tucson, Arizona.

August 21st, 2009

6 pm, Hotel Congress, Tucson AZ, Grubic’s Cube- a new music performance. Thanks to John Sweeden for Cube help.

Grubic's Cube- 1 hr. 40 min.



March 13th, 2008


The Mountain 473 Gin Ling Way, LA CA, Thurs March 13 8:00

Short Plays by Bernard Goldberg // Sharon Yablon // Kevin O’Sullivan // Wesley Walker

Poems by: John Tottenham

Music by: Ad Nauseam Project featuring Jeff Bursey

December 6th, 2007

PHARMACY presents:

@ The Mountain 473 Gin Ling Way, LA CA 90012

Short Plays by:

Wes Walker
Sharon Yablon
Hank Bunker
Kevin O’Sullivan

Poems by: John Tottenham

Music by: Ad Nauseam Project

Summer, 2007

The Ad Nauseam Project collaborates with Lifestyles of Art & Leisure to create 4 sensory environments based on principles of minimalism.

December, 2006

The personnel for the Dec. 16th, Nantes, France has been finalized. Sutherlin Crow and Winter Eights from Golden Boots, Tron D, Serge, and Naim Amor round out the American contingent. Eric, Gaetan, and Federico from the French Cowboy (Little Rabbits) head up the French side, with Laurent Allinger as DJ.
July, 2006

The Ad Nauseam Project is preparing two new performances. One performance will be held in Nantes, FR on 12/16/06 with the possibility of another in Paris. The other will be in Tucson, AZ at a site and time TBA.

November 14th, 2005- La Bobine, Grenoble, FR

In collaboration with Federico Pellegrini, musician (The Little Rabbits) and video artist, Mr. Tidypaws performs a new Ad Nauseam Project with the help of Tron D (Electroshockbox) and French composer Yann Savel. This work incorporates video, live music, and off-site performance.

October 26th, 2005- Hotel Congress, Tucson AZ

In preparation for our performance in Grenoble, FR on November 14th, we will perform an abridged version of our work-in-progress. Other France-bound groups will also be performing. The new work incorporates elements from Motown and minimal music of the ’60s. Special thanks to Frankie Estelle, Vicki Brown, Ryen Eggleston, Tron D, Dimitri Manos, Naim Amor, and Al Perry.

Late October- Waterworks Recording Studio

The Ad Nauseam Project will be working with Jim Waters to create a facsimile of our live performance with the help of various Tucson-based artists (Al Perry, Naim Amor, Dimitri Manos and Ryen Eggleston). Contact for info on acquiring a limited edition CD.

July 29th, 2005- Solar Culture, Tucson AZ

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