DINNER TALES
NIGHT OF THE TARANTULA
STEWART COPELAND - September 6, 2015

4:00 AM  July 17, 2004  Milan  The roar of the show takes about two hours to subside. After the last encore when I run off the stage back to the dressing room, there is still a lot of ritual to perform before the day’s work is done. Shower is crucial immediately. Soaking wet T-shirt turns to ice within seconds of departing the hot stage lights. That’s why your correspondent can sometimes be seen sprinting through the halls backstage in a mad dash to the dressing room to yank the clothes off,...