OK, so the guys really don't know much about Halloween, being that it is nearly a total US thing, but they are stills ending greetings to everyone out there, American or not!
Simon has a specific request for all of you guys - he would like to get a picture of every GAP Billboard that is plastered out there. So if you have taken one - and I know many of you have already forwarded me pictures - can you send them to ASK KATY again so I can forward them along to him. So from him to you - thanks in advance
Also, John will be appearing in an upcoming series on the 80s on VH1: Starting Nov. 4 a five part series, "VH1 Presents the Eighties", will air on the network featuring interviews with John in the episodes "Rock in the Video Age" and "Music and Politics". Air dates and times: http://www.vh1.com/insidevh1/shows/eighties/
FINALLY - check this out. In an interview , the old manager of the Rolling Stones , Andrew Loog Oldham, had this to say when asked if he ever saw any other bands with the flash and talent of the Rolling Stones : "The last time I saw that flash was when Ken East of EMI took me to a club on
Charing Cross Road underneath the old Astoria to see the first London gig ofDuran Duran as their first single was about to enter the charts. So it was a career-breaking moment. The group were on that exciting tightrope and it showed. The drummer was real, and was as opposite to the group as Charlie Watts was to the Stones and it worked. They were hungry young pups with a
view for the kill."