I'm always delighted when the local press are seen to be paying attention to what's happening in the world of arts and culture. But I was nevertheless a little startled to see my own head blocking out the W on the front page
masthead of the h&f news - the journal of record in the great London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. This particular story of my charmed life gives due credit to my achievements as a musician and music critic, but seems to take a special interest in my role as author of the definitive biography of the Spice Girls. Anyway, it's always great to get such lavish exposure, particularly as we have a gig to fill at the King's Arms in Acton, W3 on Friday February 18. Not only that, but both the DS3 albums - Hey
- are now available to purchase on iTunes, Spotify, Play, Napster, Amazon and Tesco Digital. I'll put some links up here for them when I get a moment, and maybe some of you will find it in your hearts to indulge in a bit of legal downloading.
And who knows, we might even shift a few copies of my Spice Girls book!
Meanwhile, those of you unfortunate enough not to live in Hammersmith & Fulham can check out the story here