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Prince first came to The Hippodrome in the 80’s when I owned it.
But the night I remember the best was when he came in to Stringfellows in 1995 and joined my table.
He had just renounced his name “Prince” and replaced it with a symbol.
I was a little confused as to what to call him so I asked him how should I address him as I had been calling him “Friend”.
He then told me that “Friend” was fine so that’s what I called him for the rest of the night.
He eventually asked a very beautiful young girl back to his hotel “to watch a few videos with him”… she said yes but told me the next day that that is exactly what they did!
For two hours they watched videos of his new songs and then he got her a limo home!
She says he was an absolute gentleman but she also said she was a little disappointed he didn’t ask her to stay the night!
Very sad to hear that Howard Marks (Mr Nice) has died.
I only met him once, but liked him immensely. Here’s a segment from a discussion I did with him.
Liverpool radio station Radio City 96.7’s Pete Price is one of the UK’s most loved DJ’s and comedians, and also one of my best friends – and here’s a great picture of the two of us tucking into a delicious Halloween feast served up in my excellent late night fine dining restaurant, within Stringfellows!
Hair stylist to the stars Adee Phelan certainly knows how to dress up for the occasion – and here he is looking both scary and dazzling at Stringfellows for our annual Halloween party!
(Picture: Cilla Black and Pete Price)
Cilla Black was one of the all time top UK stars and I really dont think there will be another Cilla. It so terribly sad that she’s no longer here.
Cilla came Stringfellows many times over the years – usually for a big special event. The last time she was here she was with Lulu and I think she was here on Sir Cliff Richard’s last visit too.
My history with Cilla goes back to the sixties when I compered one of her first shows out of Liverpool, in Coventry. Second on the bill was Tommy Quickly, Brian Epstein’s new signing.
I compered the show along with my brother Jeffrey. I reminded her of this many years ago and we had a good laugh about it.
As I remember I was bloody awful and she was fantastic.
The last time I spoke to Cilla was last Christmas.
It was at Lord Jeffery and Dame Mary Archer’s Christmas Party where she told me she was very distressed she was going deaf.
For a fun story about Cilla pop over the Angels site, and look at the celebrities pages.
I have met many many rock stars over the years and it is always a pleasure to be in the company of yet another legendary rocker, Mötley Crüe’s front man Vince Neil.
We had a great conversation talking about the fact that there didn’t appear to be any great new up and coming rock bands and it seems like all the best stuff is still coming from the old rockers.
Stopping over in London he visited Stringfellows on Saturday and also had dinner in Angels last night.
His lovely girlfriend Rain was there, and of course I had my beautiful wife Bella with me.
We played plenty of Mötley Crüe, all the biggest hits, and the one that is played in both clubs every night and is the anthem of all gentlemen’s clubs around the world – Girls Girls Girls
He had some great stories to tell – about all his rocker mates – from Steve Tyler of Aerosmith through to Bon Jovi – of course he knows just about every rocker going, but the funniest story he told was the time he met Frank Sinatra. I can’t tell you the story, but take it from me it was hilarious.
The only story of mine that could trump his was my meeting for the first time with Jimmy Hendrix. Vince couldn’t follow one that because at the time he was only six years old!
Vince tells me this is their last world tour and then they are splitting up.
Whatever happens we have a personal invitation to the main show in Wembley in November.
I bumped into Nick Mason and his wife Nettie at Gatwick Airport today and we had a good chat about the time his band Pink Floyd played for me in 1967 at my Sheffield club the legendary “King Mojo”.
They had just released their first album ‘The Piper at the Gates of Dawn’.
I think I paid them £60 and that was £10 more than I paid Jimmy Hendrix Experience in the same year!
Rock legend Rick Parfitt of Status Quo has just had an interview with the Daily Mirror where he tells a story from back in the 80’s and 90’s when he would come to Stringfellows and party all night – until he passed out – upon which I would wake him up when the club closed.
Well Rick and I are good old friends and shared many a drinking session and believe me there are some crazy stories about Rick and Stringfellows but they are for him to tell and not me!
Keep on rocking Rick you are a living legend!
My good friend Kool of Kool and The Gang called in to see me in Mallorca.
Kool and I go back to the 1970’s
Here he is playing the famous “original” Stringfellows piano (which is now in my villa.)
It’s a Yamaha that was in my Stringfellows club London from 1980 to 2000. Elton John, Little Richard, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Las Vegas legend Buddy Greco are some of the superstars who have played it and now Kool joins the list!
Right now Kool and The Gang are touring the world so if you get a chance to see them don’t miss it, they are with out a doubt one of the greatest live bands in the world!