The Stranglers featured in Vive Le Rock magazine.
Crimedesk - Hanging Around (The Stranglers) Live
The Stranglers' cover of All Day And All Of The Night is probably the only good thing I've heard from T in the Park.— Jack Curson (@JuanBaggins) July 12, 2014
Early highlight of Saturday's T in the Park: The Stranglers covering All Day and All of the Night by The Kinks. #TITP2014— Chris McCall (@Dennynews) July 12, 2014
T in the Park 2014: Saturday 12 July
"The Stranglers stand out from Saturday’s main stage line-up for several reasons; they are all decked out from head to toe in black and at least one of them is nearly three times the age of the average T performer."
The Stranglers - Golden Brown @ T in The Park
Allan Beat of my heart
Author: Robert Endeacott ISBN: 978-0-9575700-4-7 A Look Back At The Golden Years Of The Stranglers The Stranglers celebrate their 40th anniversary in September 2014, making this book very timely. It covers the period from the band’s inception until 1990, when Hugh Cornwell quit, which is probably the era most folks best remember.Peaches: A Chronicle Of The Stranglers, 1974-1990
The Stranglers – Reading Sub89
"What I would really miss is Jean Jacques Burnel’s bass lines and presence and Dave Greenfield’s unique keyboard playing but thankfully they are still very present. It just wouldn’t be The Stranglers without these two."
Sound-Checking with The Stranglers
"Another chapter was added to the book this week when I was invited to meet up with punk legends The Stranglers at their sound-check before the gig in Reading."
La Folie -The Stranglers Sub 89 Reading 8th July 2014
Nice N Sleazy
Nice N' Sleazy Stranglers St Albans Arena 07/07/2014
The Stranglers – Preston 53 Degrees
"In the same way that the best football teams are built around a spine of experienced players, The Stranglers have never lost sight of their creative strengths."
Stranglers Waltzinblack Preston 53 Degrees 06-07-14
View Larger Map Where Is This? No. 51, The Guildford Dragon News “This week’s mystery vintage photo shows a thatched building that was once a tea room. It was on the outskirts of Guildford, but do you know where? Not really a clue, but a son of the owners is a founder member of, and still plays bass guitar in, the rock band the Stranglers.” Where Is This? No. 52, The Guildford Dragon News “A son of the Burnel’s, Jean-Jacques, is better known as the bass guitarist in the band the Stranglers. They were one of the new wave / punk bands of the late 1970s and first made it into the charts with their song Peaches, in the summer of 1977.”