The following update was posted on the web site of former SAXON drummer Nigel Glockler:"'Swing That Tail' from the MAD MEN AND ENGLISH DOGS album [Nigel's side project with SAXON guitarist Doug Scarrett] is getting extensive play on TV — apart from '99 Things To Do Before You Die' on Sky Travel, it's also being used as the closing theme for Premier League football programmes which go out three times a week to around fifty countries!! Other MAD MEN tracks are getting TV usage as well on such programmes as 'Dream Team', 'Teachers', 'Mile High', and 'Eurotica', to name a few!!! Tracks Nigel has written with Roger Adams are starting to get used too, plus solo compositions."
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