Boy About Town: Full Yellow Jacket

The full yellow jacket for Boy About Town, mass market edition. Published by Windmill Books in the UK, August 14, and in the US, October. Web site to follow....
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Heads Held High: The USA’s Triumphant World Cup

Early on the morning of June 21, 2002, just two hours after watching England lose 2-1 to Brazil in the Quarter-Finals of the World Cup, and on just about no...
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Boy About Town Number 36: Jamming

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Once I got over the disappointing realisation that In the City had not been an...
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World Cup Allegiances: Why I Support The USA

It’s that time when every expat’s thoughts are presumed to turn to their home country. I’m talking about the World Cup Finals, and the notion that we are all birth...
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Boy About Town Number 37: Do Anything You Wanna Do

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Sounds was the music paper of choice for us third years. Not Melody Maker, which...
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A tale of two burns: Lucidity Festival vs. Disorient Country Club

This August, approximately 60,000 people will descend on the Black Rock Desert north of Reno, Nevada, for Burning Man. Not surprisingly for something now in its 29th year, Burning Man...
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Boy About Town Number 38: Away From The Numbers

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Most punk rock songs assumed that we had all been hardened by our upbringings, that...
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R.E.M. Unplugged

Got my copy of R.E.M.‘s “new” double CD, Unplugged 1991/2001, this week. It helps confirm why R.E.M. were America’s greatest group, ever. Indeed, one of the big regrets of my...
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