There's something in an article in the Independent about music camps for adults that reminds us of all those articles on Grups - the thirty and forty somethings that are refuse to grow up.

There’s something in an article in the Independent about music camps for adults that reminds us of all those articles on Grups – the thirty and forty somethings that are refuse to grow up. The Independent reports on a number of music camps being set up to help the fathers and mothers rock:

[An] opportunity for 20 frustrated musicians to improve their renditions of “Stairway to Heaven” is being offered in Devon by Mike Hurst, who played in The Springfields with Dusty and then became a producer, discovering Cat Stevens.

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