In anticipation of Chilly Gonzales’ back to back shows next Monday and Tuesday, we dive into Chilly’s most memorable collaborations!
5. Jarvis Cocker
Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales made Room 29, an album which unearths the secrets of the legendary Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
These two met at a basement jam session in the 90s… A match made in heaven, if you ask us!
3. Daft Punk
Chilly Gonzales admitted he doesn’t really like collaboration, but an invitation from Daft Punk was too good an opportunity to pass up. You can hear him on “Within” from Daft Punk’s Grammy-winning album Random Access Memories.
Hard to believe these two met when Drake used Chilly’s track “The Tourist” on his 2009 mixtape *So Far Gone *without proper credit! This of course led to proper collaboration, notably on Drake’s emotional hit “Marvin’s Room”…
Feist and Chilly go waaaaay back, and have created some truly magical songs together. Bet you didn’t know it’s Chilly Gonzales playing piano on Feist’s 2007 hit “The Limit to Your Love”!
Catch Chilly Gonzales at the beautiful Theatre St Denis on January 13th and 14th. Limited tickets available HERE!