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Andy Powell with Colin Harper: Eyes Wide Open

April 24, 2016

Jawbone Press 2015 No easy road behind him and blue horizon in front of him, WISHBONE ASH mainstay casts a glance back to tell a story of war and peace, and life itself. It’s easy to see as a one-dimensional … Continue reading

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WISHBONE ASH Report From France

December 7, 2015

This year has seen WISHBONE ASH continue their successful road trek, a of which this scribe witnessed in 2014, and now the time comes to release a concert document of the band’s current show. It doesn’t contain “Live Date” in its entirety anymore … Continue reading

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WISHBONE ASH Guitarist Remembers RENAISSANCE Keyboardist

May 7, 2015

As we  a few days ago, on May 1st John Tout, the former keyboard player with RENAISSANCE had passed away. He stays in the memory of many, though, and that’s how , the guitarist of WISHBONE ASH, remembers John: “I am saddened to … Continue reading

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ANDY POWELL (WISHBONE ASH)

May 1, 2015

WISHBONE ASH have been a significant part of the ’70s rock scene, seamlessly melding hard rock attack, prog sophistication and folk mellowness. More so, their twin-guitar trademark sound became a prototype for many other bands, and their influence is widely felt today, … Continue reading

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Interview with ANDY POWELL (WISHBONE ASH)

April 30, 2015

April 2015 “Live Dates”: the title of WISHBONE ASH’s classic concert album has long become their modus operandi and sometimes a framework for giving the fans the band’s old material to enjoy – as  by this scribe right after our … Continue reading

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