With John Cale, Sinner's Day has one of the biggest rock icons on its line-up. Cale was born in Wales, but moved to New York during his college years where he promptly met Lou Reed. Although John Cale left the band fairly soon as he couldn’t stand Reed any longer, with The Velvet Underground he made two albums (including the one with the famous banana cover!) that would change rock history. From 1973 on, Cale activated an impressive solo career. More than twenty records, each of the with their own different style. They swing from a classic suite on “Words For The Dying “ to the weltschmerz singer songwriter pop on “Paris 1919”. But John Cale was also a highly notable and renowed producer. In this job he was e.g responsible for some legendary records by Happy Mondays, Nico and Siouxsie & The Banshees.