On the afternoon that we spoke with Mick Jones, he was phoning us from a somewhat unusual location -- a table at Starbucks where he stopped in with his assistant in the midst of a busy day of appointments.
In 1983, “the only band that matters” was poised to become the biggest band in the world. Over the course of a few years, the Clash had gone from punk upstarts to a passionately eclectic band capable of rocking stadiums.
Foreigner's Mick Jones and Lou Gramm reunited to perform together for the first time in eight years, singing two of their hits at the Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York City last night (June 13.)
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