Friday, 18 March 2011
Issue number 77 is currently with the printers and we're expecting it around the middle of next week. There's a pretty intriguing mixture of content as ever.
DWIGHT TWILLEY provides the cover story. Terry Hermon has been his biggest fan for more years than he'd care to admit to and they have a long exchange about many many matters.
ROSANNE CASH recently put out a collection of interpretations of songs from her dad's list of 100 key country songs. Prof Jud Cost had a chat with her about it.
WILLIE NILE has long been a BoB hero and recently he's begun turning up in the UK regularly and releasing new records. Phil Suggitt talked to him before a show in Bedford in the autumn.
PAUL COLLINS could well be the King of Power Pop; certainly he's the commander of The Beat Army. On the back of last years King Of Power Pop album Roch Parisien heard some of what's keeping him busy.
We have more of Hugh Gulland's interview with TERRY EDWARDS plus a catch-up of his more recent activity.
Various members of THE PINK FAIRIES and THE DEVIANTS gathered in Portobello before Christmas to benefit BOSS GOODMAN. Simon Wright took the opportunity to talk to MICK FARREN, DUNCAN SANDERSON & RUSSELL HUNTER and reports on the show.
Mick Dillingham catches up with JELLE PAULUSMA once of Daryll-Ann and hears of his many doings since.
Anthony Clark tells us about the making of Love Over Money - the new record from North London's own Flamin' Groovie CHRIS WILSON.
And there's pieces on TWO WOUNDED BIRDS and A BAND CALLED MITHRAS.
Plus Dennis Dalcin's last ever visit to his garage, all the news that's fit to print and a lot of reviews.
Purchase the issue here and now, or take out a subscription (three issues) before the prices have to rise, and it'll be winging to you in a few days.
Posted by Nick Bob at 13:00