Photo: Susan Moss
Guitarist Jonathan Cummins formed Bionic ten years ago after he left legendary A&M recording artists The Doughboys. In 1998, they released their self-titled debut co-produced by Glen Robinson (The Ramones, Voivod) to critical acclaim. After years of touring across Canada, Europe and the States alongside such artists as Tricky Woo, Priestess, Nashville Pussy, Danko Jones and even Kiss, Bionic released their second album “Deliverance” to even greater praise. The shining review in the world’s foremost metal magazine Kerrang! led to a sold out performance at their South By Southwest debut.
Being one of Canada’s hardest touring bands hasn’t stopped the members of Bionic from pursuing equally acclaimed side projects including session work and live performances with The Besnard Lakes and Le Nombre as well as Jonathan’s acclaimed production work for Tricky Woo, Starvin Hungry and The Hot Springs.