Saturday February 29, 2020

On Song Gavin Glass

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

29th May, 2015
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.

The best thing is you get to do what you love the most. The worst is that banks will laugh at you if you look...

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