Fantastic news. Carnaby Street by The Michael Des Barres Band has been chosen as first-round nominee for Best Rock Album in the 55th Grammy Awards!
Our daily visit to the life of Thom the World Poet
My Brother-in-law Antony sent me a Led Zeppelin link which will be of interest. Thanks dude...
Look what I found yesterday whilst pootling about on the Internet - some previews of the forthcoming Renaissance album. Ypu have read Annie Haslam talking about the album on these very pages. Now you can hear bits of it. Whooppee!!
I also found this rather tasty little morsel - a new Auburn track from their current acoustic lineup
Whilst on the subject of Auburn. Here is a very peculiar picture of Auburn bassdude Jevon with a purple cat. The two of them are on the way to the Edinburgh gig...
So, we have come to the third and final part of my interview with Michael Des Barres the other day. I was quite surprised how it ended up as three parts, because it was only meant to be a quicky. However, when Michael and I get chatting, we talk for ages. And we talk about Bob Dylan, Damon Albarn, John Lennon and what killed Elvis, as well as all the stuff that we were supposed to be talking about.
And finally a review of one of the more peculiar rock music autobiographies that I have read: Neil Young's 'Waging Heavy Peace'
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