Friday, October 10, 2008

Dave Grohl's got nothing on me...

Roger Daltrey thinks that troubled British singer Amy Winehouse and Carl Barat -- the former Libertines' bandmate of the equally troubled Brit rocker Pete Doherty -- would make a great addition to a West End musical of the Who's Quadrophenia. Daltrey mentioned the two names when talking about the possible show, telling "It would make a great musical. The biggest problem with it is getting a visual narrative that at least gives people some idea of what's going on."
Neil Young fans who've endured the frequent delays to his upcoming inaugural set of his Archives series are going to have to wait just a bit longer., posted that the project's latest hold up was due to production, not financial, issues.

The eight-CD, double-DVD spanning 1963 to 1972, was originally due out last year before being pushed to this fall, and now will -- hopefully -- reach fans by January or February 2009. In the meantime, on November 28th, Young will release a "a 22-track set recorded in November 1968 in Ann Arbor, Michigan." No further details were given.

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is getting a street named after him in his birthplace of Warren, Ohio, according to Radio and Records. A rock radio station in nearby Youngstown, Ohio spearheaded the campaign for the street name along with Warren police sergeant Joe O'Grady. The city council voted unanimously on September 24th to change a downtown street named Market Alley to Dave Grohl Alley. There's no word on when a dedication ceremony will take place or whether Grohl will attend.

Yes this is all nice... but does he have his own Sandwich???

Ah ha... Thats Anthony 1, Dave Grohl 0.95....

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