UK Rock'N'Roll Magazine issue 238: Boz Boorer interview (February 19, 2024)

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Morrissey mentions.

Spike T. Smith YT: "Tomorrow" @ House Of Blues - December 20, 1999 (December 20, 2023)

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Spike seldom comments on his Morrissey days - this was nice to see.

ShoutoutLA: "Meet Brendan Buckley | Drummer" (November 20, 2023)

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"I am a freelance musician. This means that every year of my career looks remarkably different than the previous one. And, I actually have very little ability to predict what adventures lie around the corner. I work with a variety of different artists. Sometimes, I am hired by a manager or artist to perform on a live concert tour. Other times, I am hired by a producer or artist to record music in a studio for a new album... "

Juan Galeano / Diamante Eléctrico: win Latin Grammy for best rock song (Nov 16, 2023)

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Initial nomination reaction:

Another Latin Grammy nomination.

Camila Grey posts about broken foot on her Instagram (November 7, 2023)

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Camila Grey on instagram story with a broken foot or leg - may be a cause or spell drama for rest of the tour?

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Boz Boorer @ Kaos Records, Covina, CA (November 5, 2023)

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Gustavo Manzur posts "In Your Lap" (piano instrumental) on his Instagram (October 26, 2023)

Billy Duffy on Morrissey in The Nosebleeds and Studio Sweethearts audition

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I received a copy of the book ''The TJM Story'' a couple of weeks ago, it was self published by Tony Davidson in 2021, with a foreword by Mick Middles.
Davidson owned TJM Studios in central Manchester, where every punk / post punk band rehearsed in. If you've seen Joy Division's video for "Love Will Tear Us Apart'', it was filmed there. Davidson also ran a record label, TJM Records and promoted gigs.

The book tells's Davidson's story and has interviews with those musicians around at the time, including Billy Duffy.

Duffy had joined The Nosebleeds, which was formed from the ashes of Wythenshawe band Ed Banger & The Nosebleeds after Ed Banger left to join fellow Wythenshawe band Slaughter & The Dogs. Vini Riley was also in the original Nosebleeds line up, but he too did not join the new incarnation.

Once Duffy was in the Nosebleeds, he takes up the story.....
''At this time I was good mates with Morrissey as we both liked the New York Dolls and other early punk from that era. It...

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