Sunday November 29, 2020
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Gavin Glass: ‘If I force myself to write, it ends up in the trash’

I had a band when I was 15 called Inertia, and we asked the parish priest in Mount Merrion could we borrow the youth club community centre and put a gig on. We rammed the place with kids and charged £3 in. There must have been over 200 kids in the place.

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