Alice has some *current* shortcomings too, and I have to leave it at that due to forum rules.I guess some could start their own thread reversing the question instead of crapping all over this one
I’m sure there’s more but off the top of my head …I don’t dislike Alice coopers music . I mean I grew up listening to it and playing it but like Bo with the police I’ve just outgrown it a bit . But he’s a fascinating fellow with an interesting life and seems like a decent guy no matter his past shortcomings.
I'm on the same page with you on Copeland.Dwight Yoakam, Barry Manilow-- at least I saw some TV appearances where they were both real cool and hilarious. Yoakam was hilarious anyway.
Stewart Copeland playing with the Police is great, he's just FOS when he opens his mouth. Complete idiot.
So funny. I love the Police's music, and I do like Copeland, but also think I wouldn't last five minutes in a band with him—he's like a puppy who's been drinking espresso all day.Man, I feel the same way. I've really tried to like the Police, but I just can't. Copeland though? What an incredibly likable guy!
Oddly enough, I love The Police's music, but I don't think I'd want to have a conversation with any of the people in the band. I think all three of them give off the impression that they aren't from the same planet as the rest of us mere humans...
Hey, not like I met my wife in high school and never played the field, either . I don’t get why guys get so upset about a gal who plays the field. She seems OK to me. Tipping her crew like she did was way cool. Bowzer never tipped me. Bought me dinner a couple times, that’s about it.I've heard that if you ever get to talk to Taylor Swift, she 100% concentrates on you and pretends there is no one else in the room. I've only heard good things about her (boyfriend jokes aside).