The Blog That Nobody Follows


It was never the reason I started this blog. Not to gain followers. It was never about that. If nobody read it, I would STILL be posting here. If it never had “an audience” it would still be going.

It has always been about self-expression and showing my passion and love for this band.

It didn’t even start seriously! It started on Tumblr – which is a very image and gif rich social media platform hybrid. It’s much more a visual based thing. Just a big excuse to share lots of gorgeous images and gifs of Jim (and the rest of the band). A big excuse to ogle. (Oh, how I like an ogle.) For a time I even had a secondary Tumblr page solely dedicated to Jim’s left ear! Lol. This is how frivolous and silly it all started out as!

If I had wanted followers, I’d have stayed on Tumblr. In my short time on there I gained about 300 followers and it would have kept growing exponentially as that’s what most social media platforms are about. Equally, if I wanted my blog to have followers, I’d be sharing posts and going on about it here, there and everywhere. Endlessly sharing links and posting stuff to Simple Minds groups on Facebook and retweeting links to Twitter users, etc, etc. Basically spammed people to death with my blog.

Blogs are different to other aspects of social media. Yes, they can have that element to them as well but the overriding reason someone creates a blog isn’t really about gaining a fanbase or followers, as such.

Tumblr did have its limitations. It’s very much its own community there. And it wasn’t really the place for more serious contemplation or expression. I felt anyway. I felt as if I was outgrowing Tumblr. I wanted something more. I didn’t want to completely come away from the fun stuff. The ogling of Jim and the silly things that went on at Tumblr, but the move away from Tumblr was a great reason to start to bring in a more serious slant to stuff.

It took time. Time for the love of the band to really develop into something that I felt I could try to articulate and express more.

Over time I have introduced several “themes” to the blog. Not completely leaving the fun side behind at Tumblr, I coined “Kerrsday Thursday” for the blog. A weekly ogling session of all things Jim. I had written pieces titled “Why I Love…” in which I would try and go in depth and explain why I loved a particular Simple Minds song and therefore why it was in its place in my Top 50 Simple Minds songs. Nearly five years down the road, and I STILL haven’t finished all 50.

The weekend whiriiGIG was coined in which I would share a live performance from YouTube that I enjoyed. Mainly bootleg gigs. Before it was the “weekend whirliGIG” it had been on the blog as a TARDIS dream gig wish. A gig that I would wish I had been able to go to but…due to age, distance, non fandom, it didn’t take place for me.

And it eventually came a space to share band news and things and a place for me to feel free to comment and talk about those things.

A place for my art too. The digital fan art being a huge aspect of that…but also painting and drawing that I would do – not necessarily of the band, either.

The joy of gigs and seeing them live. And then just….expanding on that and started to give reviews of other gigs I started to go to. In the past three years in particular, I have been to see more live music and more gigs than I had ever done in the previous near 30 years (as of then) of my adult life.

And this year – my 50th year – was going to be the most gig rich year yet! Until Covid-19 had other plans. My calendar of events had just started. I had been to a Poliça gig to see my guys, Warm Digits, as their support. A gig wish was fulfilled by seeing Bryan Ferry at the SEC Armadillo the week prior to flying over to Copenhagen to see what was meant to be the first of THIRTEEN Simple Minds shows for this year. And there were so many other gigs lined up besides! More Warm Digits gigs, as they have just released a new album. Then there was meant to be King Creosote on the day we were due back from Copenhagen. And beyond that…John Grant, Jimmy Webb, Crowded House, The Stranglers. One of the Warm Digits bills had them at the Stag and Dagger in Edinburgh and I was looking forward to getting to see other bands on the bill there. Perth band Parliamo, in particular.

I had started to conduct the odd interview as well. I had interviews with Simple Minds original lighting technician, Jaine Henderson, former band manager, Bruce Findlay and just recently an interview with Warm Digits’ Steve Jefferis.

I have been trying to make something of it. Not just have it be a Jim Kerr ogle-fest or a sycophantic endless declaration of love and admiration for him. It always runs the risk of falling back to that.

But, hey! I am human after all. I have feelings, thoughts, concerns, worries, hang ups. And at the end of the day MY blog is MY outlet for things. I really try not to drag it down with too much personal stuff. But if it happens…I shouldn’t really feel the need to apologise for that. At the end of it – it IS a personal blog. It isn’t in any way monetised. It doesn’t exist to make money! It doesn’t exist to gain followers.

But, you know what? It DOES have followers. A small number of them. But the fact it has any at all astounds me. And at times, it embarrasses the fuck out of me! A lot of the time, in fact.

And I have regular readers too. And then new comments coming in too. And I have had wonderful acknowledgements from people I admire and hold in esteem and these things feel very unworthy.

So, to all of you who visit and/or leave a comment, to Scott, (and to the other Scott as well that I know visits too) and to recent visitors leaving comments, Catrine and Gavin. To Stuart as well. And to the new followers who’ve subscribed, thank you.

To Gordon Machray of Simple Minds International on Facebook, to Simon Cornwell – who runs the sublime Dream Giver Redux – the absolute Simple Minds online bible, to Paolo Viani – who runs Simple Minds Historical on Facebook, and to Ronnie Gurr of Hanging Around Books. For all your nods of acknowledgement, I am humbled and thankful and feel it very undeserved.

Vive la Simple Minds!

What To Do…

What to do about this blog? Haven’t had much to say here this past month. It was all about the time in Oz with the family and friends.

Now I am back home though, I am starting to think about what I can do with this blog.

I guess soon enough it’ll be busy again, reporting on rehearsals and then the tour will be kicking off before we know it. I mean… Stavanger must only be six weeks away now. Yikes! (A quick double check and yep, just over six weeks away from today.)

Geez it would be good to have some interviews again, like last year. Jaine and Bruce were great interviews.

Some things have happened while I’ve been away too that I haven’t really reported on. The sad loss of Tony Donald over New Year being one.

There was such loss in 2019, esp. in the final few months. On a personal level too, of course. Hence my journey home. As the days pass on, the more I miss mum. The same thing happened with David. There is no closure. Just a void. This feeling of emptiness that is different to the loss when it happens to you when you’re around to experience it.

I said goodbye to mum in a video. And it took my niece, Madeline, to make me think of doing it. And it felt really weird and just… . I didn’t want to say goodbye like that! I didn’t want to let her know it was goodbye. I couldn’t bring myself to say “goodbye, mum”… even though I knew she was in her final hours of life.

The only comfort I take from it all is knowing she would have felt it as a sweet relief.

She drifted away quietly. My sister, Cheryl, and my brother, Quince, were with her when she slipped away. Cheryl told me that Quince was holding her hand and was unaware she had even passed.

But, enough of that. My grief has nothing to do with this blog in all honesty. I don’t want it to.

I still just want this to be a great blog. Even if sometimes it’s all on a personal level. It is meant to be a Simple Minds blog – with that “heavy dose of Jim Kerr” warning label attached. Lol.

So… I’m open to ideas. Any are welcome.

I wish I could share Virginia prints. But she’d string me up if I share too many! And that I understand. Those amazing photographs of hers are the only income source she has and I do all in my power to try and help her along with that. She’s become a really good friend and I would never betray a trust.

Anyway. Enough of my waffle. I’ll knuckle down and think of something. Take this blog kicking and screaming into 2020 somehow!

Practising What I Preach?

I’ve lost my way with this blog, partly due to … someone being much quieter this year, for one. And now my muse has escaped me.

The past several weeks has been all change, on a personal note.

I fly out to Sydney in two weeks time. We move to Glasgow on Friday. And if I don’t have enough with those two things going on, I’m still conscious of the blog just…lagging.

I don’t really have any kind of regular thing happening with it. In the past I’d have something going on, be it Kerrsday Thursday, the Weekend WhirliGIG, the “Why I Love…” special posts, Lyric Of the Day – when the art was happening on a regular basis. There was also some kind of weekly or regular post. I’ve even let my weekly Spotify listening stats (posted under Tweekly FM) slip by at times lately.

So, I might find it a little awkward until the New Year to commit to something fully regularly, I will at least commit to putting a little more life into the blog at least in the next couple of weeks.

As I say, as if I haven’t enough to be getting on with!

I do want this blog to be an interesting thing. I had such plans for it at the beginning of the year. And it really started well with my interviews with Jaine Henderson and Bruce Findlay, and then it kind of fizzled. All the best laid plans, eh?

Let’s see what I can salvage to end 2019 with a bang!
(P.S. He isn’t convinced 👇🏻)

I Wish You Were Here

Is *not* a thing I imagine Jim is thinking right now of me. Lol. He’s probably relishing being 12,000 miles away! If there is even a thought about it at all.

In the story of the Kerr family’s ALMOST emmigration to Australia, I am also glad his mum had a change of heart, because there very well may have been no Simple Minds had the move Down Under taken place.

And I can well understand his mum’s change of heart. It’s no easy thing to do! It’s a life-changing and life-long commitment to up sticks and move half-way round the world. Esp. back in the 1960’s. Little chance of you ever flying back home to visit family for a couple of weeks a year, or every couple of years back then. One, plane travel would have been damn expensive and, even then, it would have taken at least double the amount of time it takes to fly to and fro now. It still isn’t THAT cheap, but it is far more affordable if you have a place to stay once there. These days it’s the accommodation rather than the price of the flight that is the biggest expense.

My own story of emmigration to the UK was not an easy one. When I got with my partner, the plan was for us to stay in Australia. But…for several reasons, it became apparant that was not going to work. What’s a person to do? I found the person I wanted to spend the rest of my life with…so as much as it pained me to leave my family, I took the move. They were the options – end it wth the love of my life and stay with my family, or leave my family to be with the one I love. Being an Anglophile helped that decision immeasurably.

So, here I am, some 20 years down the line. Did I ever regret that decision? In recent times? Perhaps maybe a little. But…only a little. For the distance it takes to travel. For the past 10 years only having had one opportunity to return home, instead of the serveral times I travelled back during my first 10 years in Blighty. I could continue with the personal aspect of this, but pefer not to. All I will say is…on the whole…no regrets. The past 10 years have been much harder than the first. And…I missed David. My brother, David…lost to liver cancer in 2014. Mum is aging, getting more and more decrepit. Those aspects about being so distant by geography are hard on the old emotions. Anyway…enough of the maudlin personal stuff. There’s wonderful stuff happening down there. Simple Minds have arrived! Well, Jim has at least…seemingly. I get the impression he’s been there a number of days already…possibly swinging down via Bali (as he was pondering to do half-way through the SM North American tour).

Let the Oz fans rejoice! How I wish that Gillian could have returned the favour and put me up at her place for a week. She was more than willing to do so! To be reunited with her and Nicola would have been grand. Have Ally join us on the day. Perhaps have met a few more of the Oz SM fans I’ve yet to meet. Had I not met Gwenda at the gig, we’d have had the chance to have met at some point, as she doesn’t live far from my sister. In a stupid small world, it was Simple Minds that got us knowing each other. We grew up living only one mile apart, but had never met!

Then there is the chance of seeing my best mate, Steven. Well, if I am out there next year, and I am sure that is on the cards, no matter what…we can celebrate 30 years of friendship! The life I’ve had…I never expected I would ever have a friend for 30 years. Lasting friendships were hard to come by for me. And, well, Steven and I have had our ups and downs too, but there is an amazing bond there and I absolutely love him with all my heart. That person you can be fully, totally, wholly yourself with. That “no filter” friend. Worts and all. Thick and thin. He’s it.

And, this time had I made it out, I couldn’t have gone to Adelaide and Janis. But now when I *do* go…the Hills will be alive with th sound of us chomping on the best food in the world! And if I am there to see Simple Minds, then GODDAMN, Janis is coming too! I doubt they’d do her favourite (Somebody Up There Likes You), but they SHOULD (hopefully, fingers crossed…Jim, if you’re reading this – Lol – as if – I am putting this request in early – next gig in Adelaide, PLEASE do Let There Be Love) do her second favourite song.

Anyway! Enjoy your fleeting visit to Oz, SM. At least PRETEND to be a bit gutted that I didn’t make it out there to see you, Sir. Lol. Yeah, I know…you were secretly thanking the almighty (Buddha) that I didn’t make it. I’ll delude myself anyway.


The link in the post is this one – and a memory for me of every journey I took into the city on the train from mum’s. Sons And Fascination on the way in, Sister Feelings Call on the way back. Images of train tracks and the landscape of the inner city suburbs of Sydney now synonymous with the title track.And artwork I do for it that contains a skewed view I took from mum’s kitchen window in it.




For The Love Of It…

As always I stress that, primarily, this is a personal blog…but one that is seen, for the most part, through my passion and love for Simple Minds.

On that point, I’d like to kid myself that within that wording, a smidgen of that gratitude came my way. That as one who feels they continue to “fight the good fight”.

It’s a labour of love, and a mug’s game…but I wouldn’t have it any other way. And during recent days…it can be my inner sanctum and the thing that makes my world a positive and happy place to be.

What To Do?

I really don’t know what to do with this blog at the moment.

In the past, today would be a “Kerrsday Thursday” – the day coined as a lame excuse for some ogling. Be it by pictures or video. I’ve pretty much shared every pic I have been able to without infringing copyright…and others I just go ahead at risk…but I try so hard NOT TO! I have asked one photographer recently for their permission for sharing their photos here but I believe they have chosen to ignore me…and I can’t pay them. Not until I have some funds at my disposal, and that may be some months yet.

And YouTube or Virgin…or some other record company or other seemed to have pulled a number of great early SM promo clips. The Someone Somewhere In Summertime clip in which Mel’s arse is dangerously close to being set alight is gone, as is that amazing colour Folllies footage of Factory – at least preserved by that guy that runs that “Decade 77-87” FB page. But now FB has changed its share feature, I can’t link to things so well from FB.

And there are very few new clips (new OLD clips, that is) coming through.

That’s just one example.

The Weekend WhirliGIG was a great concept too…but I had criteria for it, which was the gig must have taken place on the weekend or during a public holiday. It meant I exhausted what was on YouTube fairly quickly. I should have only made it a once a month feature…but it was fun to do and I was excited by it.

The art isn’t happening.
The gigs are drying up.
I can’t afford to buy any memorabilia at the moment.

What’s a girl to do?

The Future’s Uncertain…


In the past three weeks, the feelings and emotions I derived from the band I love(d) have changed…dramatically.

I’m not sure how I am going to continue this blog and be truly objective, for one! And, it probably stopped being objective on January 5th, 2016…the day of the Hunter And The Hunted post.

I need to try to explain the emotional pull Simple Minds music had on me…before the whole Jim thing started. I suppose my discovery of them was such an “epiphany” moment. And given it’s true, biblical meaning…the irony of telling Jim he is NOT a messiah is not lost on me! But it really was the music that gave me that feeling. I found that early body of work felt like buried treasure. It was dark, moody, industrial, political (without many fans detecting it…probably without Jim even detecting it, or admitting to it…lyrically), dance. Such a European sensitivity to it.

The strange thing is…the past two music documentaries I’ve watched that I have been expecting Simple Minds to feature in, they have either barely featured in, or not even featured at all. I felt they have been largely snubbed. Commercially, by far the most successful band to come out of Scotland has been largely ignored by music documentary makers for the BBC. Why? One wonders. Their success speaks for itself? Are people sick of the Simple Minds story? Who knows?

Moving through the catalogue, by October, 2014, I am listening to Simple Minds solidly…every single day…for hours a day. Absorbing early live recordings. Watching every piece of early live footage I can get my hands on. Getting intoxicated with this early performing style that Jim Kerr has. I become infatuated with him. Utterly drawn to him. Mesmerised by him. He’s cast a spell on me. My little Rasputin.

I’ve started the blog…it was initially on Tumblr, which is very image rich (much like Instagram). And the blog from those days, I am highlighting his lyrics and expressing that infatuation, visually. By December, 2014…full blown infatuation has kicked in. But it takes about just over another year to start to transform into something else.

My first Simple Minds concert is some 9 months into my fandom – at Cambridge Corn Exchange. On the UK leg of the spring Big Music tour, I see them just the once. I already desperately wanted to go to more, but money was faaar too tight then, so I had to be happy with just the solitary gig. Shortly after, a few late summer tour dates were announced, sprinkled across Europe. I book a ticket to see them at the Boomerang festival in Hickstead, East Sussex.

It was a lovely gig. A number of days later, I travel to Australia, my first trip home in over 8 years. I left on a high, having just seen the band I love for the second time.

Being in Australia, you feel so far removed from what is going on “at home”. Facebook was my lifeline. Simple Minds Official became part of that lifeline. The music saw me through the long journey home. Soothed me during my travels. That music. Jim’s words…his voice…they became my comfort and solace.

And Facebook was a way for me to express what that meant. The art applications I loaded on my iPad Mini before I left the UK allowed me to express myself in a way that I never expected to. It was therapy. And within it, my love for Simple Minds and for Jim, as an artist, grew and grew.

When I made the Hunter And The Hunted piece…it felt like it came from that same ethereal place that the New Gold Dream album itself came from. I had never felt proud of anything I had ever made. I never thought I could make something so visually “on point”. Yes, the images I overlaid were not mine to begin with. But it was my composite image in my head…visualising that beautiful Kyoto snow scene that his words gave such clarity to. That “musical landscape” Simple Minds can produce. I encapsulated that with the snow scene I chose to use to represent it…and at the heart of it…at the centre…that beautiful young man, and his words. It was the EXACT visual interpretation of Hunter And The Hunted.

I never imagined I would ever feel proud enough of something I made to actually BOAST about it! To want Jim to see it! I had been sharing little visual snippets of lyrics for months. I had absolutely wowed myself with the result of Hunter And The Hunted. And, it started a chase. The desire to bring artistic visual interpretations to the SM songs I had fallen in love with. Prior to Hunter And The Hunted…it was just a way to share a few lines from a song that impacted particularly. This was something different! This transcended mere enjoyment of the lyrics.

And this is the point in which being a Simple Minds fan also transcended mere enjoyment of the music. When it TRULY transcended that! Because it became more than…”Ooh, this fan’s done a nice arty thing”, for me it became, “She gets it! She really gets it. This is what it’s all about.”

Music is such a subjective thing…like all things that are artistic and creative, there is a personal, emotional pull to it. Music is a uniting force, but still ultimately experienced in an individual way. My memories of Cambridge in 2015, of Hickstead, of the Hackney Empire gig…of the nine Acoustic gigs, of the four Walk Between Worlds showcase gigs, of Wentworth, of Aix – although shared with many Simple Minds fans will always be unique and individual to me. I will have my own memories and interpretations.

The expression in how the music made me feel unfolded more and more in the art I was making. And Jim was its centrepiece. I felt that MY feelings of the music were as important to him as they were to me. Perhaps it was only ever as an acknowledgement that…it compounded to him that he was making an impact on someone else’s life. I’m sure that feels amazing…but perhaps it also becomes corrupting?

I said a few times…and it is still true…most days I spent at home at my mum’s, caring for her…I felt alone. But the world of Simple Minds never made me feel alone. The fans I spoke to and befriended in those months didn’t. Jim never did. He always seemed to have time for me. As busy as he always seems to be. As busy he was then.

The art soared. My feelings for Jim soared with it. What had been infatuation and aesthetic attraction became emotional investment…and love. For 18 months I had “fancied” him, and now it was changing. I was starting to invest heavily – emotionally.

Nights in Oz I felt unsafe and alone. In my most recent returns home, I would feel unsafe at night, even within the comfort of my mum’s home. My mum lived in an area of the western suburbs of Sydney. The area never had the best of reputations. A birthday party one year at our house, we were held hostage by a neighbour at gunpoint. Those things the mind tends to try to shield you from…so harrowing to almost be erased from memory. But, that’s how the area was…and has hardly changed in 40 years. When I was younger, I had my older siblings around me…my two strong brothers (my other brother had grown up with his father), and my mum, always made me feel safe. But in the past few trips home I was alone with my now ageing, almost completely deaf, poorly sighted and severely disabled mother. I’d be terrified at night and would barely sleep.

In 2015/16, I would fall asleep listening to Simple Minds. I can’t ever express what a…security blanket it became! Through thunderstorms (“here comes lightning – I like the way it shoots” – NOT FOR ME! Thunderstorms scare the fucking crap out of me…and only the sound of SM helped calm me. I would hide myself under the covers and listen to them…and feel safe), balmy nights, rowdy parties, a cacophony of crickets making a racket….every random backfiring car or random setting off a firework. Everything that unnerved me about being in my mum’s house at night was tempered by the joy and calm I drew from Simple Minds.

I can’t go over it anymore. The rest of it is all here on the blog. It lives here as a testament of how amazing and wonderful and inclusive it all was.

I would have the odd little spat with Jim. We had the odd disagreement. But that’s all it ever was. A little spat. A misunderstanding. Nothing that ever took away the beauty and joy of the music, the gigs…all of it.

Last year when the Acoustic tour reached Italy, there was a kind of frenzy that took place.

An American fan expressed frustration of there being no news on the horizon of Simple Minds touring the United States. Jim, in his usual flippancy decided to make light of it…but it was done with a higher than usual sarcastic tone – he said something along the lines of “There are these magic metal things called planes, and they can fly you around the world. You can go anywhere you like…” as if to say, “If you are that desperate to see us, hop on a plane.” Which is what he COULD have said…perhaps tempered with a “But I can appreciate that is not possible for all. We WILL get to America at some point. We are trying!” But…diplomacy is not always there. Neither is the empathy.

Yes, the fan’s comment was similarly sarcastic, something like “You DO have fans Stateside that want to see you too, you know!” But I think that expression of frustration was a little more justified than Jim’s response to it. The fan is one of many fans. It is far more cost effective, from a fan point of view…from an individual fan point of view, to have a band come to your country, than for you to somehow find the funds and travel to the other side of the Atlantic to see your favourite band. That is a given.

I left a comment for Jim saying “are you trying to piss off every American fan you have?” The response was “what are you talking about? You’ve only been around a couple of years. Got to go some way yet to earn your stripes as a real fan.” What relevance it drew to my point, I never quite understood, and I shrug it off initially and just thought “Oh, okay Jim. Ha ha.”

But it just started to churn me up. I was gutted. And the Acoustic tour was hitting the UK in three weeks time, and I was starting to regret my nine gigs. It just started to cut me to pieces those words. And it just got worse and worse. Every day felt worse, not better! It took those whole three weeks to simmer down. Glasgow ended up enjoyable. The gig was amazing. I had a ball.

The dying embers of the hurt from that remark were finally fully extinguished when I met him.

Fast forward to early July this year. Simple Minds hit Italy. The frenzy starts again. Jim has a meeting with fans prior to a gig in which, when sharing in a post on Simple Minds Official, he decides to describe them as “real fans”. Initially without the quotation marks, which in retrospect was actually slightly better.

For me, the term seemed divisive and exclusive, and also brought back all that happened in Italy the previous year.

And now we know where things are. Where they have ended up. I have explained in a previous post how the festival at Aix-Les-Bains was. How it felt to be there, particularly during SMs performance. I fear it will never be the same again.

I am at a genuine crossroads right now. I can listen to early Simple Minds. I can watch early Simple Minds. But I find it extremely hard to do that with current Simple Minds. I currently cannot listen to Walk Between Worlds. I haven’t listened to it since the beginning of July. I certainly cannot listen to the title track. And I cannot watch recent tour footage. Not without it feeling void of all emotion and joy.

So, as I say…I am at a crossroads. On Saturday night, after the Caezar gig…I felt, perhaps, I still might be able to go and enjoy the 3 SM gigs I have left to go this year – and right up until early July…oh, how I wanted that 3 to be so much more! But I’m not sure I can go. Or should go. If they are going to feel like Aix did…and there is now a VERY STRONG chance they will, there is no point in me going.

To see friends? Yes! To meet my friend coming from Australia? Hell yes! But, if I am otherwise going to be a “wet blanket”…not enjoy being there. Not get any of the excitement and passion and love from it that I used to, then…there really is little point.

So…having read this. One: thank you! Two: keep an eye out…there may just be a ticket give away on the blog VERY soon!

With time…I may continue to consider myself a “mega” Simple Minds fan. Dedicated? Loyal? My loyalty has been tested, I’m afraid…and it’s been found floundering, after a rock solid four years. I’m not sure I can remain loyal to a philosophy that says that to disagree with someone deserves severance.

It has marred so much of the past four years. I really did think my time as a Simple Minds fan had just begun. That I was also in it for the long haul. Unyielding in my devotion and love for this band and the incredible music that comes from them.

In time, it may grow back to being somewhat how it was just a few short weeks ago.

I want to continue this blog! I want it to be objective! But, it is a personal blog too. It’s *MY* blog. The world of Simple Minds from my personal angle. I still hope it can retain “a heavy dose of Jim Kerr”. Jim *is* Simple Minds after all. Jim and Charlie. (I’m not sure which one is “Simple” and which one is “Minds” though…)

Let’s see, shall we? Let us see…
The only thing I know about the future right now is that it is uncertain.

SongFacts Interview With Jim

The best of today’s shared interviews – Jim’s words on Kirsty MacColl in particular are wonderful. He elaborated a little more on the SMO post.

You can view the whole interview on the SongFacts blog by CLICKING HERE

And, in case for some reason, it disappears from the comments, my response to a particular part of the interview that resonated for me…