Duran Duran history for March 2nd: in 2014, John Taylor appeared at the London Bass show in support of his autobiography, In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran. He spoke about his career, his book, and also played his signature Peavey Bass.
We know there were more than a few Duranies in attendance, share your photos and experiences!! -R
It is Sunday, which means that I’m taking the time to summarize all of the official happenings in Duranland. As always, if I missed something, comment on this thread to add anything I overlooked!
Duran Duran’s Unstaged is now available for rental and download in the UK via iTunes, according to this press release.
Joe Vizvary from Images in Vogue Interview
DuranDuranMusic has a new exclusive interview up on the site. This time, it is with Joe Vizvary from Images in Vogue. For those of you who are wondering who Images in Vogue are, they are a band who, in fact, opened up for Duran Duran in 1984. The interview includes some background information on the band and the band’s experiences not only as their opening band for 3 shows but also the other connections they had.
Katy Kafe with Simon
Rhonda covered all of the highlights of this month’s Katy Kafe here. If you missed it, start with blog post then head over to duranduranmusic.com to listen to it!
Fashionista.com published an article with the title, “8 Game-Changing Guyliner Moments in Pop Culture.” Guess which band might have been featured? For the record, I, personally, am a big fan of guys in eyeliner.
A few anniversaries were celebrated this week. First, Medazzaland turned 17 on the 14th. Second, Big Thing turned 26 yesterday. Beyond album anniversaries, we celebrated one year since Durandemonium, the fan convention we organized in 2013 in Chicago. You can read about it on my day in Duran history post from yesterday. All of these are making me feel pretty dang old!
Speaking of anniversaries, Peavey, the musical instrument company, is celebrating their 50th. Apparently, John Taylor is helping them with that. This picture, posted on Duran’s Facebook, was taken for it.
Nile Rodgers is one busy guy! This week, he did another interview in which he mentioned his current work with Duran. Check it out here.
Duran Duran and Dell? What’s the connection? Rhonda covered it all here. If you missed that blog post, I’ll let you know that it has everything to do with Austin, Texas, in November.
So, what did I miss?!
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