Portlandia: The Tour in Williamsburg, Brooklyn: The Joke's On Me
"Following that, the pair did a reprisal of their roles as the proprietors of the "Women and Women, Too" feminist bookstore, bringing out Hugh Cornwell of the Stranglers to play a briny song that was probably the most entertaining three minutes of the night."
Hugh makes guest appearance in “Portlandia: The Tour”, a stage show adaptation of the US TV comedy series Portlandia.
The Stranglers ‘Giants’ – album review
"Finally free from record company pressure, free from having to bother with the pointless world of the charts, free from expectation, free from any constraints the rat pack in black of the Stranglers have cut their finest album for years."
Interview: The Stranglers front man Baz Warne on the band's 17th studio album and their forthcoming world tour
"The last thing we want is to go down the sad old nostalgia route. There’ll always be an element of the past with a band with such a long career, but you’ve got to keep looking forward too, always."
The Stranglers stay in the game
"Well, you say that, but you develop techniques for coping," he says. "As a young drummer you tend to do a lot of this [flails arms around wildly], but these days I play more from the wrists. The day I give up will be when I've got weeks to live, I should think. I don't have much motivation for any other kind of exercise, but drumming I still love."
The Stranglers [Interview]
"NS: Which one of you is the oldest? JB: Me."