The next edition of Life Elsewhere will be dedicated to Ian “Mac” Maclagan, who died one year ago on December 3. Compiled from the many hours of a recording session, Mac described as a cozy fireside chat, via Skype, Norman B presents an intimate tribute to the famed keyboard player. Ian was well-loved for speaking his mind and his congenial personality, which is evident from the conversation, as he passionately recalls growing up in post-war London and becoming a rock star. His reminiscences include seeing The Rolling Stones in their early days, “It was Brian Jones, Mick Jagger and then no one else!” Mac announces. In listening to Ian McLagan‘s stories, you’ll hear why his contribution to popular music cannot be underestimated. Ian Maclagan was one-of-a-kind, he is sadly missed.
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