11 Facts About Alain Johannes


Alain Johannes Mociulski was born on May 2,1962 and is a Chilean-American multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, whose primary instruments are guitar and bass.


Alain Johannes is a founding member of several bands, including the alternative rock group Eleven, and has been involved with acts such as hard rock band Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures, PJ Harvey, Chris Cornell, Arctic Monkeys, Mark Lanegan and The Desert Sessions, both as a musician and as a producer.


Alain Johannes was married to Natasha Shneider from 1987 until her death in 2008.


Alain Johannes was the only other contributor on the 1996 debut album by Jason Falkner, Jason Falkner Presents Author Unknown.


Alain Johannes was a significant contributor to Chris Cornell's 1999 solo album, Euphoria Morning as a guitarist, writer and producer.


Alain Johannes toured as part of Chris Cornell's band in support of this album.


Alain Johannes had previously guested on Lullabies' predecessor, Songs for the Deaf, having co-written the track "Hanging Tree" during one of The Desert Sessions.

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Alain Johannes would participate in the tour for the album and appears on the live DVD, Over the Years and Through the Woods in the main concert.


Alain Johannes contributed a main role to Lullabies' follow up, Era Vulgaris, but he opted to concentrate on Eleven with Natasha Shneider, and the pair bowed out of touring before the album's promotion started.


In 2007, Alain Johannes became a part of Brody Dalle's post-Distillers effort, Spinnerette.


From 2016 to 2017, Alain Johannes was a part of PJ Harvey's touring ensemble for her world tour in support of her album The Hope Six Demolition Project.