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offhand only Pat Nevin comes t mind, anybody think of any others
Was going to mention Nevin as well.
introduced the sex pistols on their reunion tour
big into punk
Georgie Best hung out with the Beats.
but I don't think that really counts.
Spencer Prior's penchant for heavy metal.
he was smoking a joint at the time. We also saw David Beckham at the services on the way to the gig.
he has a 'just enough education to perform' tattoo because it sums up his life and is also his favourite album.
trained my brother when my bro was at the academy
and goes to Reading festival with Adam Federici
Just about every Camera Obscura gig i've been to, including one at the QMU when he introduced them onstage.
He was at one of the MBV gigs in the Barrowlands too.
the fact the best we can come up with for British players in terms of outre musical love is Kings Of Leon is fairly telling - even the ones who are into R&B prefer Akon and Ja Rule. Graeme Le Saux's supposed to be into all sorts of stuff, but I've never seen firm evidence.
Ashley Younf thinks they are too twee.
is Mehmet Scholl, because when he was asked which band he wanted to play live at his testimonial... http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,8171,2739536,00.html (third section)
are sportfreunde stiller the ones responsible for that "Ich, Roque" track about roque santa cruz?
are standard issue, surely?
once put out two compilations of his favourite tunes in Germany; the first opened with Dry The Rain by the Beta Band, the second with Fresh Feeling by the Eels. Therefore, he obviously wins. I'd pay good money to see Tony Hibbert at the Of Montreal gig I'm going to this week, but I fear this is just a pipedream.
rio ferdinand at a gig by the roots. he also has a record label/ studio or something, but what i heard from that wasn't all that.
jamie redknapp at bugged out, chemical brothers djing i think.
eddie anaclet at a dizzee rascal gig.
was on one of those VH1 ten of the best things quite a few years ago, and he picked 'bright yellow gun' by Throwing Muses as one of his favourite new songs.
No wonder other footballers didn't like him.
is a big fan of No Age
is well into the new Animal Collective album.
Phil Jagielka is more of a Bon Iver man: he mentioned in a recent interview that his recent incredible form has been partly inspired by the stoicism of Justin Vernon's lyrics.
Apparently Yakubu plays lots of Fela Kuti in the Everton dressing room before games to get everyone pumped up.