Where the Bands Are (Jake Clemons, 26 October, 2019)

I always jump at the opportunity to visit London, which is a city I love. This time the reason was a concert. Jake Clemons was playing the O2 Academy Islington and my companions (both of them already convinced fans) were coming too. Apart from the weekend's main attraction, the plan was to gather on Friday, … Continue reading Where the Bands Are (Jake Clemons, 26 October, 2019)

Someday we’ll look back on this and it will all seem funny

Five weeks has passed since the operation on my shoulder and I'm happy to report that, the last couple of days, there's been a dramatic improvement. The biggest change is that I'm now able to sleep in my bed for more than three hours in a row. It's indeed a relief to "move out" of … Continue reading Someday we’ll look back on this and it will all seem funny

Democracy

On March 22, E Street Band saxophonist Jake Clemons (the nephew of the late Clarence Clemons) released a cover of Leonard Cohen’s Democracy. The song will be on his next album, due out in May. Together with the release of the song, tour dates were announced, including shows in the Netherlands, New Jersey (USA), the … Continue reading Democracy