Emergency Situation combines some smoking original tracks with obscure gems from R&B masters like Lee Dorsey, Jimmie Rogers, James "Wee Willie" Wayne and Amos Milburn.Piazza and the Mighty Flyers have won numerous honours, including four Blues Music Awards for "Band of the Year" and thirty-three BMA nominations; played literally thousands of gigs around the world; and recorded over a dozen highly acclaimed releases.Following live concerts where she has opened for B. King, ZZ Top, Robert Cray, Johnny Winter and Gregg Allman, Live My Life is her first release with her new band, and the first since her blues guitar-yielding father, Ed Ehrhardt.Grammy Award winning producer, David Z, whos worked with Prince, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Neneh Cherry and Kenny Wayne Shepherd allowed Ehrhardt to flourish in the studio.The couple dated for almost three years between 2003-2006. But the shadow cast by the super-cyclist’s much-belated admission of illegal doping is long.And the memory of his televised “confession” to Oprah Winfrey a year ago feels fresh. I guess if I was married to a famous person, perhaps I wouldn’t get asked about it.Stefan Williams and Onyebuchuku Anyado were also jailed for life.Kevin Dennis played for Welling United FC, having previously played for Arsenal and Brentford.
Kevin Dennis, 23, from Hackney, and his brothers Carl and Dennis were jailed for life in Feb 2000.He brought inspired and emotional performances out of myself, my band and the guest musicians, said Ehrhardt.Jimmy Thackery created a distinctively raw, powerful guitar style and established a reputation as a spectacular soloist who is widely considered to be one of the finest guitar players of his generation.Is it, I wonder, frustrating to Crow that she is forever dragged back into the controversy surrounding her ex? And she said, ‘No, you’re a woman, and people always want to know what you’re wearing and what was he like.’ ” For the record, the lean, glowing Crow is dressed down in tight jeans and loose blouse.Her hair is, by her own cheerful admission, rather like that of her great friend and mentor Stevie Nicks – in the Fleetwood Mac singer’s Seventies glory, all feathered and flouncy.“Thank God they make waterproof mascara,” sings Sheryl Crow, hauntingly, on her latest album on a track about a woman trying to hide her tears. Fifteen minutes into our interview Crow takes a phone call and then collapses to the floor.