Joey Jordison said recently that he was sad to read comments in various magazines regarding his departure from the band that he put together with friends from Iowa called Slipknot. Jordison has confirmed that a press statement will come shortly.
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Will be undertaking a series of selected dates around Britain as part of his up and coming drum clinc tour. Phil Gould used to play for Level 42, he started the band off with his friend Mark King many years ago. Phil recently took part at the London Drum Show and by all acounts he put in a great session with his drumming. Phil is a very exciting drummer to watch and listen to. Absolute Music which are situated off Ringwood Road Poole have managed to pull off a coupe in getting Phil to play at the headquaters. The details can be given if you log onto www.absolutemusic.co.uk and ask for Austin Lane who is the drum dept Manager when you phone. The tickets are bound to see quickly as they are just £10 each, I will be going to give Phil my support. Hope to see you there.
Was born on May 31st 1948 in Redditch, Worcestershire which is in the Midlands of England. When he was delivered after 26 hour's of labour, his heartbeat stopped. Although a duty doctor had left the hospital, a nurse was able to call another doctor. Who managed to revive him. The nurse later said it was a "miracle" that the baby had survived. John gew up in Redditch and was a happy go lucky guy.