Loose Ends Celebrate 20 Year Anniversary of Don't Be a Fool21:41 - Monday 23 August 2010 - In Category Memory Bank
This week marks 20 years since London band Loose Ends reached number 13 in the charts with Don’t Be a Fool.
Lead singer Carl McIntosh recently performed his first PA in 10 years and announced plans to release a new album later this year.
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