Some assume that members of the ’80s popsters Duran Duran have lost their sex appeal. But if this live CD is any indication, they’ve still got their mojo.
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Emerging and established acts (among them Matt Nathanson) once again leave their mark on Austin, Texas, during the South by Southwest music conference and festival
Band discusses new album and upcoming David Lynch project, as well as ex-guitarist Andy Taylor and MTV
“The curtains opened and there was this sea of screaming girls. It completely threw me off my balance,” a still shell-shocked John Taylor recalls. The Duran Duran bassist fumbles for words, “I had no idea … I mean, I felt … I don’t know, it was like somebody pulling the rug out from under you.”