TED HUTT said 'Sometime back in the last century, the legendary Mick Jones tried to half inch my desert from the fridge in the Townhouse Studios lounge. “Oi that’s my pudding” I panicked!! Well a pudding is a pudding😳 Eternally grateful to my mates Dropkick Murphys for telling the story💚 Btw, it all ended well, Mick was a true gentleman'
The Women Who Raised Me is made up of Kandace’s renditions of classic songs from women that have inspired her - including tracks from Norah Jones, Lauryn Hill, Sade, Ella Fitzgerald, Dusty Springfield and more! The first single 'Pearls' is out now
'Mick Jones nicked my pudding' the new Dropkick Murphys single (a reference to the clash's Mick Jones taking producer Ted Hutt's pudding once at the Townhouse Studio in London. The Dropkicks loved the story and wrote a song about it. Their annual St Patricks gig was replaced by a streaming show on line.
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