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This time, Amber Portwood's new relationship with boyfriend Andrew Glennon — they made their red carpet debut at this year's VMAs — is on the rocks because she learned that two of his previous girlfriends served him with restraining orders.In an interview with Glennon, 33, shared that the 27-year-old reality TV star is (very understandably) upset about the news.“He has to get help with his lying and everything that's going on or we're not going to be able to be together,” she says, making no mention of their recent stint on And if you’re still wondering what the status is about Amber and Matt’s sex tape, she totally puts the kibosh on that rumor.“First of all I’m not doing a porn,” she says angrily in response to a fan question about it.] to be asked to do a porn and I said no. “It’s true that I met with [Vivid Entertainment’s Steve Hirsch], but I didn't do a porn.He was scheduled to play more gigs this year, and I was very tempted to go and see the old boy again.Sad to say that will never be - but, as they say, his music will live as a lasting testament to his sublime, if occasionally flawed, virtuosity.“I know I can be the man she’s been waiting for," he said."I’ve been waiting for her in my life, and we both had to go through some real life experience to realize that.
I can conjure up later gigs at Edinburgh University, in Edinburgh's Castle Esplanade one cold night in September, and more recently at Shepherds Bush Empire and Cropredy, to name a few.
And that the other sixteen men of Tain won’t start claiming for their own...
Recommended listening: it's in 1967 that the French violonist and future Frank Zappa band member Jean-Luc Ponty recorded this stunning composition called You've Changed (that was on his LP 'Sunday Walk').
The wonderful Scottish singer and songwriter John Martyn died yesterday January 29th, so it's sad times for lovers of Scotland and music.
Nick agreed to write a few lines about him, and as usual they're profound and authentic. I first saw John Martyn (OBE) play on a stage full of adoring, cheese-cloth shirted students, on the stage of Lancaster University back in the early 1970s.