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When it is raining in Oxford Street, the architecture is no more important than the rain

“When it is raining in Oxford Street, the architecture is no more important than the rain.”

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Hard Rock Heaven

Wednesday 29th October is a red letter day in my calendar as I have the great honour of playing a song at London’s Borderline with Bernie Tormé, former guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, Atomic Rooster, Dee Snider and Ian Gillan. 697 more words

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Hospice appeal 2014

Today marks the release of my tribute to Prince for Demelza House Hospice.  Please download the track from Bandcamp, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon… 373 more words

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Secret Police

Thirty-five years ago this week, on June 27, 1979, the first Secret Policeman’s Ball was presented in London to benefit Amnesty International. It wasn’t the first Amnesty benefit, and it wouldn’t be the last, but it was certainly one of the best shows. 57 more words

Man Who Spent Forty Five Years Pretending He Knew Jimi Hendrix Finally Admits He Never Knew Jimi Hendrix

When rock legend Jimi Hendrix died in 1970 at the tragically early age of twenty seven, nobody felt the loss more than Alan Wolverine. Alan was Jimi’s best friend … or so he claimed. 622 more words

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