This year, we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Eddie Cochran’s death. And to put this into the proper perspective, when he died – on April 17, 1960 – this man was barely 21 years old. Yet, with a recording and touring career that was already six years old, Cochran was a veteran of the rock ‘n’ roll era, a pioneer and innovator who’s legacy would go on to inspire countless…
This week. Mick celebrates the career of Neil Young, looks at the Grammy winners list, sees French film with subtitles, gets back into listening to Baby Animals, Mountain and Black Stone Cherry, gets a new guitar, goes back on the road with Uriah Heep… and sees Spurs slip!
This week, good ol’ Mick talks about beaches in Cornwall, Ozzy’s autobiography and brandy fetish, Heep’s upcoming Classic Rock Awards gig, and his admiration for The Small Faces, Neil and Tim Finn, Les Paul, Django Rheinhardt and Tony Iommi… Click here to read previous columns from Mick.