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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Luke Haines honours Mick Farren with reading at Borderline show

Luke Haines honoured the late Mick Farren with a reading at his live show last night (July 30) at London's Borderline.

Journalist and author Farren died after collapsing following a set with his band The Deviants at the same venue on Saturday (July 27). He was 69.

Luke Haines at The Borderline
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Luke Haines at The Borderline
Luke Haines with a Kendo Nagasaki lookalike at London's Borderline
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A Kendo Nagasaki lookalike


> Luke Haines interview: 'I'm always looking for God'

Before playing 'Gene Vincent' from his current album Rock and Roll Animals, Haines read an excerpt about Vincent's latter years and death from Farren's 2002 memoir Give The Anarchist A Cigarette.

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