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MOTT THE HOOPLE’s “Dudes” Marks Its 50th Year With A Box Set

October 18, 2023

It might have been penned by David Bowie, yet it were MOTT THE HOOPLE who turned “All The Young Dudes” into a generations-spanning rock ‘n’ roll anthem, thus saving their declining career and rendering their fifth album, released in 1972, … Continue reading

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August 2, 2022

Singsong Music 2022 Without much hoopla yet with a lot of effervescence legendary ivories-driver is questioning the spirit of instants and eternity. 2022 marks the 40th anniversary of Verden Allen’s solo debut under his own name, and it’s a great … Continue reading

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IAN HUNTER Feat. Mick Ronson – Live At Rockpalast

September 8, 2018

MiG 2011 / 2017 Climbing up the mountains without falling down the holes, a couple of HOOPLE lads deliver a night to remember. Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson were firm friends from the time David Bowie had saved the failing … Continue reading

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Overend Watts’ Posthumous Album Up For Release

June 22, 2017

It’s been five months since Pete Overend Watts, the soul of MOTT THE HOOPLE, passed away, and it’s now that the title of his only solo begins to make sense. “He’s Real Gone” – scheduled for September 1st release – … Continue reading

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Overend Watts Passed Away

January 22, 2017

Leader of MOTT THE HOOPLE Pete Overend Watts has died today, aged 69. A towering presence and brilliant – in all meanings of the word – musician, it was his vision that shaped this band and its later incarnation, MOTT. Watts … Continue reading

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