Yes that's right, the leg-end that is Gish-on-guitar, made famous around these parts for his two year tenure as guitarist for Miss Black America, has asked DiS to inform you lot of how to get your hands on a copy of his new solo work.
However, due to an overwhelming demand for copies of the CD after our original news article (well, if he WILL offer them out for free...), the legend that is Gish has discovered the troubles of a not so legendary computer, "I had absolutely no idea that I'd get a response like this, and for the time being I'm still a one-man outfit with a slow pc and a CD burner". So, unfortunately, only the first 150 people to have contacted him will be sent an actual CD.
For those of you who didn't get in there quick enough but still want to hear what Gish has been up to, a webpage is currently in progress with MP3's of the tracks free to download, so just hang on a few days for a website address. For more information, simply email:
He also adds, "Massive thanks to everyone for your messages and support. I really do hope you like my music, as it is quite a leap in style from Miss Black America. All those who have already emailed will be kept informed of the web address and further information."
Elsewhere, Gish's musical expertise have been whored out to produce the new single from old school friends, The Exiles (more news as we hear it), and also to remix tracks by Bournemouth's Tex La Homa.
Other ex-MBA members, Neil and Mickey can be found mooching around the Cambridge area gigging with their new band, My Hi-Fi Sister, who as yet do not have a website.
DiScuss: Is Miss Black America's music suffering the loss of the three original members? Is Gish really a legend? Are My Hi-Fi Sister any good?