Wire’s 1977 debut, “Pink Flag”, is widely regarded as one of the landmark British punk albums, released the same years as the Sex Pistols’ and The Clash’s debuts. It may come as a surprise, then, that the band don’t see themselves as punks… and never have. In an exclusive interview for Eastwood guitars, Wire’s lead […]
It’s that time of year again. Time for the top ten lists to start flying around the net. Well, here is mine . But first, my disclaimer: I wrote this in one sitting. No doubt I’ve missed a bunch, so I will publish a follow-up “alternate” list next month.
Eastwood Celebrity Sightings on Conan, David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon!
WIRE has done it once again with RED BARKED TREE. From the opening notes of PLEASE TAKE, the album feels like a book-end to that 1988 classic LP.
Once again it’s been a busy fall concert schedule here in Toronto. Here is what I’d picked out for the first half of October. Here are some photo’s, videos and comments from a few. Beck with Jessica Dobson playing her Airline Tuxedo Guitar. If you have never been to a Beck show, do yourself a favor, GO!
First, the contest for the Pete Shelley Signature Guitar is wrapping up on Dec 10th, so get your entry in before it’s too late! Second, we have finished our next video interview – with Colin Newman (Wire) and his wife Malka Spigel who are Githead. Yes, I’m a Wire fan (who isn’t!?) but Githead is something you really need to check out. Enjoy!
Just got back from an 8 day trip to UK. I will have more details in next months newsletter – including exclusive video interviews – but here is a snapshot of what we were up to. Our first day in London included a visit with Chris Spedding, who was messing around with his Airline Town & Country before heading off on a European Tour playing guitar for Bryan Ferry.
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