Below are the complete SickthingsUK news archives going back to 2004 when I first added news to the front page.
NOTE: The further back you go, the less likely it is that links and images will work, because the original sites no longer have the articles.

Fireworks Magazine Mar/Apr (issue 35 ) has a 2 page interview with Alice.
(Thanks Robert)

Shindig! Vol 2 No.9 (March-April 2009 issue) has a long interview with Neal Smith.
(Thanks Tim)

There's a new Damon Johnson interview at in which Damon talks about the possibility of touring with Alice again this year.

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Posted on 24 Feb 2009 by SickthingsUK

According to "Due to the economic situation that our country is in, we have had to temporarily cancel our golf tournament for this year.  We are however looking into other golf possibilities in the near future." 
(Thanks Dave)

Check out some pics from the Eric Singer Project show in Switzerland last week here courtesy of Dragonlady.

'Brave Words And Bloody Knuckles' magazine has a one page Alice article in issue 113.
(Thanks Peggy)

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Posted on 21 Feb 2009 by SickthingsUK

Renee Dunaway and her band (Steve DeTroy, Mike Tepper and Kenny Owens) will be playing first NYC show as part of the Vagabond Theater Ensemble's Cabin Fever Festival, Friday, Feb. 20th at the Medicine Show Theatre, 549 W 52nd St, New York. They will perform fresh songs and Jetsetter tunes. You can also catch a Jetsetter song in the Thursday, Feb 19th episode of US TV show Burn Notice.

Vue Weekly takes a retrospective look at the 1978 album 'From The Inside' here. has had  a brand new facelift with lots of new stuff about your favourite Bass player.

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Posted on 19 Feb 2009 by SickthingsUK

The Blue Scarlet Coupe show mentioned before we left for the USA has had a date change. They will now play at the Stone Pony on Feb. 20th instead of the 21st. has a short quote from Alice regarding last weeks Superbowl and another one about 'Guitar Hero'. 411mania has a small Alice mention and a promo pic for 'Golf Monster'.

The Times, of all people, show an unbelievable lack of research in this article about the success of radio station Planet Rock. Feel free to add a response correcting their stoopidity. has a long bio on Alice, but unfortunatly there seems to be something wrong with the page at the moment as the text is the same colour as the background, and doesn`t appear to be the complete article. You can read what's there by highlighting the text. Click and hold at the top of the page and pull your mouse down to the bottom and the text should appear.

Blabbermouth have posted some YouTube videos of Alice and the band performing at the NAMM show a couple of weeks back.

The Guardian (UK) has a look back at SkyTV adverts on the 20th aniversary of the broadcaster and includes the famous SkyPlus advert featuring Alice and Ronnie Corbett which you can watch again.

'Elected' can be heard during the new Walkers Crisps (chips for you Americans) advert on UK TV. You can see the advert here.
(Thanks Kent)

Keri Kelli and the 'Big Ball Stars' (who ROCKED in Boston last weekend) are playing The Knitting Factory in Hollywood on February 28th. You can grab free tickets (while they last) over at RememberTheCoop who also have some pics. STUK's pics from Boston will be in the photo section in a few days.
(Thanks Barbara)

KUAR has a short review of the new Erik Scott solo album 'Other Planets'.

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Posted on 12 Feb 2009 by SickthingsUK

We're back from the USA (where we saw Keri Kelli and friends play a kick ass show in Boston) and will do a proper update as soon as I can, but for the moment we have new tour dates (Thanks Kostas) for a Russian tour in June with Scorpions, The Rasmus and Kingdom Come. They are:
June 14 - St. Petersburg - SCC Arena
June 16 - Rostov (Don) - Airfield
June 18 - Jekaterinburg - Sports Palace
June 20 - Novosibirsk - Hippodrome
June 22 - Krasnojarsk - Venue TBA
June 24 - Murmansk - Venue TBA
June 26 - Volgogard - Venue TBA
June 28 - Moscow - Sportcomplex Olympisky

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Posted on 11 Feb 2009 by SickthingsUK
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