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Damian Lewis and Alison Mosshart Spotted in Bristol

Harbour House, Bristol

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 18, 2023

Photo Credit: Fan and bass player for Urzah, Mangusta

Damian and Alison were spotted outside near Harbour House Restaurant in Bristol with this fan. Rock on! Damian and his band just wrapped up their Bristol gig last night, as part of his UK Tour! For touring dates and ticket outlets, please visit the schedule here.

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Damian Lewis Attends The Kills Gig in London

God Games

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 18, 2023

Damian attended The Kills gig at Rough Trade East in London on Monday, September 18, 2023 in support of his girlfriend and the band’s lead singer, Alison Mosshart. He was spotted at the autograph signing with Alison and bandmate Jamie Hince. The Kills were promoting their new album God Games, set for release on October 27 and setlist included their new track ‘103’ which followed the recent singles ‘New York‘ and ‘LA Hex,’ as well as ‘Baby Says’ and ‘Pull A U.’

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Damian Lewis Plays Thekla in Bristol

UK Tour: Fourth Show

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 17, 2023

Damian and his brilliant band played show number four of their UK Tour in Bristol at Thekla on Sunday, September 17, 2023 in support of his debut album Mission Creep. Set list included Zaragoza, Soho Tango, My Little One, She Comes, Down on the Bowery, Hole in My Roof, Why?, Makin’ Plans and more. After his song Why? he played a brand new song titled Traffic Jam. Lucky audience! He also played his new song Pentonville Prison, which he recently introduced at previous gigs. For encores Damian and band played a cover of After Midnight, as well as his third new song She Makin’ Me Change. His opening act was his current band member, and newly signed to Sunday Best Recordings artist,  Kitty Liv – you can find out more about her music here.

Tonight’s venue, Thekla, is a cargo ship converted to a music venue, moored in the Mud Dock area of Bristol’s Floating Harbour, England. The showboat was based on the idea of creating, owning, and running a theatre on a sea-going ship and using it to showcase music of every sort (limited only by the size of the hold), including cabaret, comedy, plays, musicals, and poetry events. The ship also contained an art gallery.

It’s not too late to see Damian and his band play live – get all the information about his upcoming tour dates and ticket outlets here. Check out more photos and videos from the Bristol gig in our Gallery, from meal prep and sound check to their performance on stage.

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Billions Mid-Season Trailer

Never Underestimate the Man Who Overestimates Himself

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 17, 2023

See how it all unfolds with this mid-season trailer of Billions.

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Billions Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Prince for President

Price Struggles With Negative Feedback

by Kyle Fowle | Entertainment Weekly | September 17, 2023

At the start of this week’s episode, Damian Lewis is once again back for a brief appearance, as Axe needs a favor from Chuck (Paul Giamatti). They meet on the tarmac in Iceland in the middle of the night, because that’s where high-powered fugitives meet to make deals. Axe says that he needs Chuck to arrange safe passage to the United States for none other than Grigor Andolov (John Malkovich), the Russian oligarch that Chuck ran out of the country a few seasons ago. Axe and Grigor became buddies when they came together to help get military reinforcements to Ukraine, but now Grigor is seen as a traitor to his country and asks (or threatens) Axe to get him out of the country.

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Damian Lewis Plays The Gate in Cardiff

UK Tour: Third Show

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 16, 2023

Damian and his brilliant band played show number three of their UK Tour in Cardiff at The Gate on Saturday, September 16, 2023 in support of his debut album Mission Creep. Set list included My Little One, a cover of Werewolves of London and Harvest Moon, She Comes, Down on the Bowery, Hole in My Roof, Never Judge a Man by His Umbrella, Makin’ Plans, Wanna Grow Old in Paris and more. He also played his new song for the audience titled Pentonville Prison, which he recently introduced at previous gigs. For encores Damian and band played a cover of After Midnight, as well as his other new song She Makin’ Me Change. His opening act was his current band member, and newly signed to Sunday Best Recordings artist,  Kitty Liv – you can find out more about her music here.

It’s not too late to see him play live – get all the information about his upcoming tour dates and ticket outlets here. Check out more photos and videos from the Cardiff gig in our Gallery, from meal prep and sound check to their performance on stage.

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Damian Lewis Plays Town Hall in Birmingham

UK Tour: Second Show

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 15, 2023

Damian and his brilliant band played show number two of their UK Tour in Birmingham at Town Hall on Friday, September 15, 2023 in support of his debut album Mission Creep. Set list included My Little One, Werewolves of London, Why?, After Midnight, Hole in My Roof and more. He also played his new song for the audience titled She Makin’ Me Change, that he recently introduced at previous gigs, and we hope it will be on his second album! His opening act was his current band member, and newly signed to Sunday Best Recordings artist,  Kitty Liv – you can find out more about her music here.

It’s not too late to see him play live – get all the information about his upcoming tour dates and ticket outlets here. Check out more photos and videos from the Birmingham gig in our Gallery, from meal prep and sound check to their performance on stage.

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Next Time on Billions Season 7 Episode 7

Season 7, Episode 7: “DMV”

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 15, 2023

Prince’s latest play promises to enhance his political platform but puts Philip in a tough position. Chuck and Wendy face a family crisis as a consequence of Senior’s poor judgment. Wags and Scooter team up to boost employee morale at Prince Cap.

To view more sneak peek photos, please visit our Gallery here.

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Billions on Showtime, Season 7 Episode 6: The Man in the Olive Drab T-Shirt

Respecting Your Adversary

by Damianista | Fan Fun With Damian Lewis | September 15, 2023

In one of the best opening scenes in Billions, Robert and Charles, as they call each other, meet at an airport in Vestmannaeyjar (Westman Islands) in Iceland and set the tone for the episode. This one is all about respecting your adversary. As Grigor Andolov rightly points out one should have the greatest respect for their fiercest  adversary, because that is the one who believes in your abilities the most. And the title of the episode is a clear tribute to President Zelensky and the people of Ukraine to whose resilience and determination Russian President Vladimir Putin has had zero respect whatsoever.

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Billions Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: From Russia With Love

Chuck May Have a New Redheaded Ace Up His Sleeve

by Sean T. Collins | New York Times | September 15, 2023

Season 7, Episode 6: ‘The Man in the Olive Drab T-Shirt’

“The irresistible force meets the immovable object.” This quote should be familiar to Chuck Rhoades. As this week’s episode of “Billions” goes to great lengths to point out, Chuck is fan of professional wrestling. He would no doubt recall the wrestling commentator Gorilla Monsoon excitedly describing the clash between Hulk Hogan and his friend turned nemesis Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III with these exact words. Indeed, Chuck’s erstwhile ally, the Russian oligarch Grigor Andolov (John Malkovich), references the match by name during this very episode.

But the sentiment should be a familiar one to Chuck as well. There he is at the beginning of this week’s episode, on a remote airstrip in Iceland, staring down his old nemesis, the fugitive billionaire Bobby Axelrod. Generally speaking, when the irresistible force meets the immovable object, a clash occurs. This time, however, the meeting is agreed upon in advance and pursued with a level of politeness, even honor, of which I doubted either man was capable.

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Billions Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Double Turn

Axe: Hopefully Building Up to Something Colossal

by Sarene Leeds | Vulture | September 15, 2023

I’m conflicted over “The Man in the Olive Drab T-Shirt.” In many ways, it’s Billions’ best episode of the season yet because it brought back everything the show has been lacking since Axe skipped the country. But it’s also one of the series’ worst episodes on account of how much was crammed into a single hour of television. By overstuffing “The Man in the Olive Drab T-Shirt,” most of the important plot points were diluted.

This is a shame because the episode included a rare Axe appearance, the return of John Malkovich’s terrifying Russian oligarch Grigor Andolov, a fun Paul “Triple H” Levesque cameo, Chuck revisiting his childhood demons, Mike Prince pulling a Ross Perot, and Andy Prince revealing she’s the malevolent force behind her husband’s ambition.

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