Monday, March 17, 2008


Gary Graff mentioned me in his story about SXSW in the Oakland Press today. He wrote:

Judy Davids of the Detroit "mom rock" band the Mydols was in Austin during SXSW to launch her new book, "Rock Star Mommy," which will be formally published in early April. She was, however, apprehensive about a book signing Saturday at a booth in the trade show, where she'd be appearing alongside former Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham.

"If no one shows up," said Davids, "at least I'll have a great conversation with him. I'm having this true rock 'n' roll moment."

Davids, 48, who lives in Royal Oak, spent SXSW with her friend, Go-Go's bassist Kathy Valentine, who was also housing Blondie drummer Clem Burke.

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