Thursday, March 28, 2013

Robert's football memories in new book

"In Italy today has been published the book "Rock'n'Goal" written by written by Antonio Bacciocchi and Alberto Galletti. "Rock 'n' Goal" will exhaust all possibilities, even the most unlikely and unsuspected connections between rock music and football. Player singers, songs dedicated to football fans excellent, rock and subcultures in the corners. Excerpts of interviews with the passions of football Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Roger Daltrey, The Clash and dozens of Italian musicians and songwriters. All accompanied by a large and curious photographic contribution.

The book also talks about the passion for football of Robert Smith. This is an excerpt: "Robert Smith of The Cure has revealed that he spent much of his youth on the terraces of Loftus Road to incite the QUEENS PARK RANGERS ("It's a family thing. Supporters were my father, my mother and my brother. I was taught that there were things more important than victory. it's hard to think of THE CURE as football fans, especially if you relate to our music, but when we organize our tours we are taking into account the European and World Championships")." (Thanks fmjews)

1 comment:

  1. Ya estamos mirando que partidos hay en Argentina en Abril