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LAST WEEK’S MYSTERY BAND (Click link to refresh your memory.)

Gleek‘s Jon Hamblin pipes in:

“Four Non Blondes will break up when they receive a cease-and-desist order from some unknown San Fransisco band, and Darius leaves because he just doesn’t give a hoot about this band.”

Quite possible. Jon also sent along a link to Bob Craver’s latest effort, Ghost Symbol. (You remember Bob from his Bourbon Dynasty Pop Quiz.) Jon says, “I’ve been telling Bob that I’m challenging his win record, and he points out that all his were consecutive.
Oh, well, he really whips it out on “Chugalug.” That he does. Jon adds, “We’re probably not even close to the Man From the Future‘s win count.” Ah, but getting closer, closer…

The band was in fact FLUFF THE KAT, Houston rockers who say they sound like “the best party you’ve ever been to!” OK, Fluff, next time invite us.

Sunday, June 24, marks the birthday of Mr. Mick Fleetwood. In addition to all his rock star activities, Mick had the great taste to open a blues club and restaurant in Old Town, Alexandria, called, not surprisingly, Fleetwood’s. Sadly, the business was fleeting, but Mick wasn’t merely an absentee owner; he showed up to rock out with the locals on occasion.

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