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It has closed now, but he sent me a couple of pictures: It's been a while, Sprouters - but if I have been slightly snowed under with some other commitments, the Sprout world has been as busy as ever.Perhaps the best news is a charity project which the mysterious (hailed as 'Sprout fan of the year' by some) has spearheaded, supporting the work of The Sage, Gateshead, which 'bison' says is 'literally changing the world with music.' Wendy and Martin are linked to The Sage, and anecdotal evidence has Wendy shedding a tear when the first donation was presented.Our team of highly skilled luthiers will focus on construction, tone and playability across the range of traditional body shapes that an army of Gordon Smith fans still adore.It’s thanks to so many loyal Gordon Smith players that these guitars have survived decades of fashions and trends within the music industry.classic guitars such as the Gibson Les Paul Junior, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson Flying V, Gibson Explorer, Fender Stratocaster and Fender Telecaster.
Anyway, I’m happy with the result, and I’ll let you have a taste when mixing is completed, probably by mid June. As if to prove his point, the article ends by claiming 'Prefab Sprout's new single, 'Sweet Gospel Music', is out on Monday.' We can presume they meant Monday 15th, but no-one has seen any sign of this single, or mention of it anywhere except in this article. Yesterday, I went to see the Thomas Dolby gig 'Circumnavigating the Flat Earth' @ the Union Chapel, Islington, London.
Auden Guitars have announced the acquisition of the Gordon Smith guitar company.
With their brand new 3,000 sq ft workshop, Auden Guitars have the space and capability to ensure that all new Gordon Smith solid bodied and semi acoustic electric guitars are built with handpicked tonewoods and high quality hardware, whilst retaining the cosmetic personality and sonic characteristics of these legendary models within the GSG range, including the iconic GS1, Gypsy and Gemini.
This offered a rare opportunity to see Wendy Smith and Martin Mcaloon on stage with Thomas Dolby performing a couple of songs with him.
The obvious question came up about when Paddy is planning to release anything new and Martin's response was basically not anytime soon...