Jim Jarmusch, Tom Waits, Lee Marvin and “Jack White’s old house”

I had the good fortune to interview Jim Jarmusch recently for our An Audience With… feature. As you’d imagine, it was interesting, wide-ranging chat, and inevitably not everything we talked about made it into the magazine. There’s a couple of things in particular that seemed pretty interesting – not least the ‘full’ answer he gave to a question regarding the current status of The Sons Of Lee Marvin, a shadowy cabal whose members – allegedly – include Jarmusch, Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Iggy Pop.

Neil Young announces additional live dates

Neil Young has announced an additional date for his run of solo acoustic shows at the Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles. Young will now play four dates at the venue: March 29, 30, April 1 and 2. Meanwhile, he has also confirmed that he and Crazy Horse will play Liverpool's Echo arena on July 13 – almost a year after their booked date was cancelled last year due to Poncho Sampedro's hand injury.

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