The Stranglers promise 'a collection of classics' when they return to Nottingham's Rock City
"We are doing some festivals in the summer, but not masses as we are purposely setting aside time to record. And we have a few things in the pipeline which I can't talk about yet."
The Stranglers in concert from 1985 No Mercy Something Better Change Uptown Golden Brown http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08fwcwb
Phil Kennedy talks with Stranglers bass guitarist and “hard man” of rock, JJ Burnel, talks about performing around the world, over 40 years on. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04ss5gf
Baz: Come and see our ugly mugs!
"We don’t really want to do anything that’s cheesy or comes off as being a bit naff but it was obviously an important part of our career and should be marked in some way"
Steve Lamacq asks The Stranglers’ JJ Burnel, rising hip hop star Loyle Carner and journalist Kate Hutchinson to review some new tunes. The musical mix includes Lana Del Ray, DJ Format, Bill Baird, Wire, The Vryll Society, Rolling Blackouts Coastal
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Mike Sweeney talks to Jean-Jacques Burnel, songwriter and bassist of The Stranglers, about his 40 years in music. http://bbc.in/2mdM1qK
Featured Artist: The Stranglers Stereo Underground Richard Latto brings you music with attitude that defines a zest for life and an alternative spirit. www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04rf05b
JJ Burnel from The Stranglers chatting to Rob Underwood ahead of a concert in the county. http://bbc.in/2lpmyNx
JJ Burnel on Radcliffe and Maconie, BBC 6 Music. http://bbc.in/2izk0di
"No, I don’t. I learnt very early on not to do that."
Interview Jean-Jacques Burnel
"There were loads of them being escorted out of the gig for trying to jump up onto the stage"
The Stranglers’ secret recordings as Celia and the Mutations, 1977
"Celia was a new face, but there were clues to the identity of her backing band"