Indie legend Eugene Kelly releases solo debut

And Kurt Cobain's favourite songwriter will be making a shock appearance in London later this week...

Indie legend EUGENE KELLY is to release his debut solo album in September.

The former Vaselines star, whose songs were covered regularly by [url=]Nirvana, issues ’Man Alive’ through Rev-Ola on September 26.

Devotees of Kelly’s work continue to spring up today -‘Molly’s Lips’ is a live favourite of upcoming The Paddingtons. But of course, his songs were made world famous by the inclusion of ’Jesus Don’t Want Me For A Sunbeam’ on [url=]Nirvana’s 1993 MTV Unplugged performance, released as an album the following year following Kurt Cobain’s death.

Kelly will celebrate the album’s imminent release with a rare guest appearance DJ-ing from 10.30-12am at legendary indie club ‘How Does It Feel To Be Loved?’ on Friday (August 19) at its’ new bigger home, The Phoenix in Cavendish Square, W1. Nearest tube is Oxford Circus.