WHEN Elvis Costello turns out at Warwick Arts Centre on Sunday night, he could be forgiven if his thoughts are 5,500 miles away.
While he is on stage in Coventry, the 47th Grammy Awards will be getting underway in Los Angeles - and Costello has been nominated in three categories, competing with the likes of Green Day, Velvet Revolver and The Killers in the best rock album category.
That honour is all the more remarkable because Costello, always renowned as an innovator, delved back nearly 20 years into his own back pages to find the inspiration for The Delivery Man.
Recorded in Oxford, Mississippi last year, it a concept album tracing the relationship between a murderer and three women who are all drawn to him in different ways. …