I've been working all week and going on my twice daily free cruise across the bay to the island and back. Will catch up with my favourite blogs soon.
A group/duo I would have loved to see in the early noughties would have been The White Stripes. They consisted of Jack White on Guitar and vocals and Meg White. They are from Detroit in Michigan.
I once watched then on Later with Jools on BBC 2 and Jools said they were a brother and sister duo. When in fact they were actually married at the time.
Probably their signature tune is Seven Nations Army. How many times have I heard number two son playing that tune on his electric guitar?
I'm not going to play that though. I'm going to play a cover song by Mary Catherine Bernadette O'Brien or Dusty Springfield to be precise. She was born in West Hampstead of Irish parents. Her mother was born in Tralee in County Kerry. Dusty's ashes were sprinkled over the cliffs of Moher in County Clare.
I really like both versions of this song: