Bob Weston, who was briefly a member of Fleetwood Mac in the early 70s, has died at the age of 64.
Mr Big, well bassist Billy Sheehan and vocalist Eric Martin (guitarist Paul Gilbert and drummer Pat Torpey are absent), dropped into London’s legendray Ronnie Scott’s Club to play an acoustic set earlier this week, to help promote their up and coming new album What if…, the band’s first studio outing since 2001’s Actual Size. Xavier Russell was there to witness it.
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.
If you’ve got a copy of the latest edition Classic Rock – and if you haven’t, shame on you – you’ve likely noticed the legendary Steve Marriott made it to the heady heights of No.4 in our Greatest Rock Singers Of All Time poll.