Rip It Up and keep going

I had hoped to make some definitive statement on the ScotPop Centre this weekend but I haven’t been able to speak to everybody I need to and the opening of the museum’s Rip It Up exhibition raised more questions that had to be dealt with but at least in a good way. Thanks for your patience and thanks to all who help in one way or another.

Rip It Up has actually made it a lot easier to explain what the ScotPop Centre will do and all the interest this week has been very positive. I fully expect to clear everything up this week.

On a lighter note I went to the Rip It Up evening preview with Glenn Gibson the former NME and Face journalist who has been so helpful to me and it was funny to see folk greeting Glenn as a long lost friend. Glenn left the music industry behind in the eighties so many wouldn’t have seen him for several decades. It was good to see how fondly they remembered him and all he did to promote Scottish music then. 

We now of course live in different times.  

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