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Nicholas Edward Cave (born 22 September 1957) is an Australian rock musician, songwriter, poet, author, actor and screenwriter, best known for his work with his band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, post-punk band The Birthday Party, and Bad Seeds side project, Grinderman. He currently resides in Hove, UK. Cave was born in the small town of Warracknabeal in the state of Victoria, Australia, to Dawn and Colin Cave. He has two brothers: Tim (b. 1952) and Peter (b. 1954), and a sister, Julie (b. 1959).
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Warren Ellis (born 1965, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian multi-instrumentalist and composer; member of Dirty Three, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and Grinderman; he also score films in partnership with Nick Cave: Nick Cave & Warren Ellis. Originally a Melburnian, Warren now lives in Paris, with his wife and two children. He primarily plays violin, but also piano; bouzouki, guitar, flute, mandolin and programs loops. Ellis is known for his excessive and eccentric, though amusing banter between songs during Dirty Three live shows.
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