Ginger Wildheart Almost Gave Up Music

(Rock News Desk) Ginger Wildheart admits he started looking for a "proper job" after deciding his music career had failed in July last year.

The move came after he left Michael Monroe's band in the aftermath of a fallout with manager Virpi Immonen, also manager of the Wildhearts, who were forced onto hiatus in 2010 with the departure of bassist Scott Sorry.

And when he faced a "budgetary disaster" in attempts to record a new album, he planned to walk away from music. Ginger says: "I hit a wall sometime in July when I seriously considered giving up the idea of making a living from music. It appeared time in my life to get a proper job. more on this story

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