Hello everyone, We have gotten more and more into MFM and cuckold husband role playing and find that we both really like it.Are there other couples like us, we seem to be in the minority when we go out to swinger clubs or parties.The Cork-born singer, who has just uploaded onto social media her new song ‘Nothing of You Left To Love’, says she wrote it about "unconditional true love and friendship".Rising star Stephanie Rainey, who plays the Independence Festival (4-6 August), brought on board the Grammy winning Amy Wadge of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’ success to help co-write this distinctly upbeat love song “Everyone has one person in their life that can turn around a bad day and pick them up when they feel completely helpless," Stephanie tells Hot Press about the new single.I think the regrouping came about because of vanity, curiosity and cash. I was used to my solo thing where I'm fairly internal, I wear a cool suit and I play the guitar. Deep recession, austerity, unemployment chronic for young people.The vanity with the Isle of Wight, the curiosity was, "Were we any good? So why would I alter one line of the first single we did, "Looking After Number One?“Being gay, you’ll never have that true love like a man and a woman,” Michael says, standing against his truck as Merle Haggard mixes with the backyard whippoorwills. Supreme Court decriminalizing homosexual acts between consenting adults and the Massachusetts high court legalizing same-sex marriage in that state — pushed gays more toward the mainstream than ever.“Hearing all the songs about a man coming home from work to his wife’s loving arms, you never hear of gay couples like that.” He sets his ratchet down. ” The gay revolution hit the buckle of the Bible Belt with a clang. If the revolution was coming, Oklahoma aimed to stop it.
Then two of the Rats came and said, "Look, would you think about doing this?
" and I said, "Look, we've talked about this before." If the past is another country it's not one that I wish to visit. You can't revisit old glories; they turn out to be not so glorious really, revisited. You're just a bunch of guys who randomly got together from the neighborhood, you start a band, you're making a racket and you take that racket to wherever you're going to go. He was allowed to come out of his sixty year-old self again and it was very liberating and exhilarating.
But they said, "Look, we've got this offer for the Isle of Wight." The Isle Of Wight isn't where I popped my rock 'n' roll cherry, but I saw Hendrix and The Doors and The Who and Leonard Cohen and all of these amazing people in 1969-70 with hundreds of thousands of others. Playing on that legendary stage--I wasn't going to do that a solo thing. I said if it felt like pantomime, if it felt like nostalgia, I wouldn't do it, and they said, "Okay, well let's give it a try." So we went up to a fan's farm up in Gatwick and we stayed over. Then all of a sudden there was this incredible hour--and I'm serious. But you're not really aware that it's in any way different or how powerful it is, and then after a long, long, long break suddenly you hear this unique group of individuals play together and it's exhilarating. I started singing those words and I didn't need the lyric sheet, I remembered them all. In fact it was much like they'd been words that I was trying to grope for in a contemporary sense inasmuch as that the economic circumstances of eighteen months ago pretty much mirrored 1975, '76 in Ireland.
photo courtesy Bob Geldof A Conversation with Bob Geldof Mike Ragogna: Bob, I'm honored to be talking to the Man Of Peace. [laughs] I'd forgotten I was and now my head has swollen so large the phone can't even fit in this room with me.
MR: [laughs] Bob, let's talk first about The Boomtown Rats performances.