This week in music history - July 28th to August 3rd - with who was born and who died.
...today. July 30th 1966, World Cup Final at Wembley between England and Germany.
...right up until they got stuffed. With a full house at Lord's for the final day of the opening Test of the series against India it got a bit screechy until the Indians were put out of their misery.
...was there any doubt? Mark Cavendish won the final stage of the Tour de France for his 20th stage win to finally win the green jersey in style.
..Voeckler. One of the Schleck brothers finally did something in this years Tour de France. It was one of the great rides but I was still cheering on Thomas Voeckler to to keep the yellow jersey.
...for the win. After Brad Wiggins early exit in this years Tour de France I want anyone to win it except either of the two Schlek brothers.
...themselves. Just over a week back Paul Scholes revealed why he quit playing for England and it had nothing to do with being played out on the left but rather those that were playing around him, those playing for personal glory and not the team.
This week in music history - July 14th to July 20th - with who was born and who died.
...R.I.P. Michael 'Würzel' Burston, one time Motörhead guitarist has died aged 61.
...does it in style. New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter's second hit out of five just happens to be his 3000th.
...Paranormal Guitar. Bill Ruppert has a new video showing you how to get a paranormal soundtrack from a guitar and some Electro-Harmonix effects pedals.
This week in music history - July 7th to July 13th - with who was born and who died.
...I'm so fucking lonely...and I feel like I'm gonna die...Sloe gin... sloe gin...didn't know this track was actually a cover, not a Joe Bonamassa original.