The weather is much improved and it almost feels like a proper English summer here at last. Basically we are hoping that the weather will continue like this for a few more days so Graham can do the next bout of repairs that need to be done on the roof...
One of the traditional aspects of the British summer is the rock festival, where thousands of folk sit in a muddy field and listen to Hawkwind. And it is nice to see that on the outskirts of Bristol, Brisfest are continuing with this fine tradition...
Support for Michael Des Barres' new album 'Carnaby Street' continues apace, and Michael himself writes with some exciting news about a new celebrity endorsement..
And we have another great review for Rick Wakeman's new live album...
I know that a lot of Jon Anderson's British fans have been looking wistfully at the parade of eulogistic reviews that I have been posting here on the Gonzo Daily, describing his recent US concerts in such terms that tempt us to fly across the Atlantic poste haste. That would, by the way, be pretty silly as the tour is now over. However, we have exciting news. Guess who will be appearing at Sadler's Wells next month?
Chris Thompson's new live album/DVD is getting solid reviews from his fanbase across Europe. Today, a Dutch review of this perrenial Gonzo Daily favourite.
This is the third day running that we have celebrated Erik Norlander's Portguese language following. And it is the third day on the trot I have spelt Portuguese correctly. Today Erik meets the Boys from Brazil...
And that is it for today. I am going off to crawl into a small burrow somewhere. Toodle-ooh