The long awaited 10th release in the multiple-Grammy Award-winning Paul
McCartney Archive Collection has been confirmed: On March 24, 2017
Paul’s 1989 international #1 album, Flowers In The Dirt, will be the
latest classic solo work from one of the world’s most revered catalogues
to get the special treatment across a multi-format reissue released by
Call it an early Christmas present for fans, or a wonderful gift in support of the Owen Hart Foundation … either way, it was difficult not to feel the warm glow inside the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium on Saturday night.
The focus of this tour, obviously, was his acclaimed 1982 album Imperial Bedroom, which he and his Imposters band (keyboardist Steve Nieve, drummer Pete Thomas and bassist/vocalist Davey Faragher), intermittently supported by backup singers Kitten Kuroi and YahZarah, performed in its entirety, with excellent song choices also from Costello's early period thrown into the mix.
When Declan Patrick MacManus was just seven years old, his father — a musician of Irish descent — left home. But he remained a big inspiration to the young boy, and the two would go on to share a lifetime of music together. That young boy is better known as Elvis Costello.
The songs of Mose Allison had already been running around my head in an
elegant and timely chorus for several days, when the news of his passing