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Simon Le Bon and Duran Duran perform at Hard Rock Live in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood, Florida, United States - Wednesday 5th April 2017

Simon Le Bon and John Taylor
Simon Le Bon and Andy Taylor
Simon Le Bon and Andy Taylor
John Taylor and Simon Le Bon
Simon Le Bon, John Taylor and Andy Taylor
Simon Le Bon, John Taylor and Andy Taylor

John Taylor and Duran Duran - Night at the park held at Hague Zuiderpark at Hague Zuiderpark, Zuiderpark - The Hague, Netherlands - Saturday 27th June 2015

John Taylor and Duran Duran
Simon Le Bon, John Taylor and Duran Duran
Simon Le Bon, John Taylor and Duran Duran
Simon Le Bon, John Taylor and Duran Duran

Olga Kurylenko and John Taylor - Shots from the second annual Russian Ball which was held at Old Billingsgate Hall in London, United Kingdom - Sunday 2nd November 2014

Olga Kurylenko and John Taylor
Olga Kurylenko
Olga Kurylenko
Olga Kurylenko
Olga Kurylenko
Olga Kurylenko

Simon Le Bon, NICK RHODES, Roger Taylor, John Taylor and Duran Duran - Fashion Rocks 2014 held at the Barclays Center - Arrivals - Brooklyn, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th September 2014

Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Roger Taylor, John Taylor and Duran Duran
Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, Roger Taylor and And John Taylor From The Band Duran Duran

Gela Nash-Taylor and John Taylor Thursday 18th October 2012 Gela Nash-Taylor and John Taylor

Gela Nash-taylor and John Taylor

Sugar Town Review


Weak
Here's irony for you: Sugar Town is a movie about aged and washed-up rock stars in L.A.... starring aged and washed-up actors in L.A.! I mean, Rosanna Arquette? Ally Sheedy? Beverly D'Angelo??? Typical crap from the extremely untalented Allison Anders, who actually needed Kurt Voss to help her direct this meandering, self-indulgent, and meaningless tripe. Jade Gordon provides the only relief as a klepto wannabe, but that's hardly reason to watch this piece of junk.

Sugar Town Review


Weak

"Sugar Town" is a hastily thrown-together, satirical showbiz dramedy concerning washed up '80s rock stars learning generic life lessons about responsibility, trust, fidelity and aging gracefully, and it wouldn't be interesting at all if it didn't feature a curiously appropriate cast.

John Taylor (late of Duran Duran), Michael Des Barres (The Power Station), Martin Kemp (Spandau Ballet) and John Doe (X) are all uniquely qualified for their roles as four former pop icons trying to stage a comeback with a new band and lousy record no label will touch.

One has become a semi-rural family man, tempted to go back on the road (and to cheat on his pregnant wife) by a sexy Tejano singer (Lumi Cavazos). Another has an acrid, 11-year-old punk in bad '80s make-up (what 11-year-old boy wears makeup?) left on his doorstep by a groupie who claims he's the father. Another has become a small-time drug dealer, and the last is desperately clinging to his faded sex appeal, not realizing how pathetic he looks to the 19-year-old girls he comes on to in bars.

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