I saw Him at the Zapp dancing with his shirt off in about '92. He was really friendly and easygoing.
The “Curse Of Dad’s Army” strikes its final blow.
Ian Lavender cruelly snatched away from us at only 77.
Always had a soft spot for him. RIP.
At least his name will live on due to his legendary night spot. I know, I know, stupid boy…
Glenn Ponder and Debonair…
toby keith, but probably not of any interest to this audience.
maybe he changed in ways i’ll never know but i have no reason to believe he was a good dude. he was MAGA before MAGA was a thing. one of the early indicators that “modern country” music was headed in a toxic direction. bleh.
the name alone takes me back to 2003 and the jingoism of the Bush II years.
Fuck. Gutted. RIP. One of my top 5 bands.
“He will be joining Michael, Jaki and Holger for a fantastic jam!,”
Me too. Really affected me this one. Always found him impenetrable and I loved him for that alone
EDIT. I think that’s why I always loved Mark E Smith too.
Yeah, I always found him mysterious and very exotic. He had his own thing and did it brilliantly.
Saw him play at Yes in Manchester a few years back, basically one tune for about an hour completely out there and spectacular. RIP