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Will's blog entry

Please be aware that Will Rigby, drummer for The dB's, has contributed a lengthy and interesting blog entry at the very fine Boogie Woogie Flu. Will's a talented writer, as you will learn from this entry.

Somehow, it's vaulted "Kissy Boys" by Little Diesel into the top 20 tracks at the Hype Machine. I don't know how long that status will last, but better late than never.


andy boller said…
great one Peter --- thanks for the tip. now to figure out this fuzsguz crap before i hit send
Jeff Hart said…
what a wonderful essay. i know there was some mention of this trip in the big star book that came out a couple of years ago, but this is the real nitty gritty. you guys really took some great trips / pilgrimages. i think i was too tied up in baseball then to even think of such a thing. thank will for us for putting this down in print for us.
Unknown said…
I enjoy the blog greatly & I really enjoyed reading this story. I forwarded this link to Terry Manning & this is what he had to say:

"I am compelled to say that whilst that article has lots of interesting reading in it, there are certain things that are just plain misstatements of fact.

For one thing, John Fry is today happily married, and has been for years.

Chris was my BEST FRIEND for ten years, and there was never, ever one single clue of homosexuality as far as I knew, nor any mention of it.

As always, not that there's anything wrong with that, just setting the record straight as I knew it.

That is NOT why Chris burned the masters."


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