The Stranglers' 40 years romp
"Yeah, I woke up one morning and decided I wanted to be in the band and here we are after 40 years"
Gig review: The Stranglers, Glasgow
"The sight of a 75-year-old huffing away manfully at the kit was all the visual encapsulation needed of The Stranglers’ famously dogged determination"
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REVIEW: The Stranglers
"There might have been a few other dads dancing in the crowd had the Ironworks not been packed so tightly that even a nostalgic pogo seemed out of the question, leaving it up to bass-man Burnel and frontman and guitarist Baz Warne to jig along to a song intro and do the dancing on the crowd’s behalf."Reliving Their Youth
"Most harrowing was the footage during the anti-war song “North Winds Blowing” – war and burns victims, young and old, made painful and uncomfortable viewing."
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The Stranglers - Jean-jacques Burnel Takes Aim At Sting
"The Stranglers rocker Jean-Jacques Burnel has taken a swipe at Sting and his bandmates in The Police, accusing them of only reuniting for money."
The Stranglers - Jean-jacques Burnel Caught In Floods Horror
"The Stranglers rocker Jean-Jacques Burnel has told of his horror after several of his neighbours were killed when severe flooding hit the South of France."
Stranglers frontman Baz Warne welcomes plans for 4,000-capacity music venue in Sunderland
"The Stranglers frontman Baz Warne says it would be the kind of venue bands like his, whose hits include Golden Brown, would love to play."
Stranglers chalking up 40 years
"To commemorate this huge achievement, The Stranglers are embarking on a major world tour, kicking off in the UK and rolling through Europe, North America and the Far East, before a series of festival appearances and special events."
Fife gig for Stranglers on 40th anniversary tour
"“It’s satisfying, particularly in regard to our critics who said we wouldn’t last five minutes. All the critics have gone and we’re still here.”"
The Stranglers featured in Vive Le Rock magazine.
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The Stranglers are heading to the Midlands
"“I’ll carry on until I’m incapable of doing it,” he says: “I am going to have to stop one day, but I expect the band will carry on.”"
Punk survivors The Stranglers still hold all the cards
"“Cracks began appearing in the late Eighties,” JJ recalls. “Our main singer, Hugh, started to want to do fashion shoots in Cosmopolitan or have his own stylist or lawyer and that’s not good."