Baz Warne is back on home turf
"The punk legend will be joined by Dave Taggart, Joss Elliott and Baz Crosby to form Robot Elvis – a super-band, made up of committed professional musicians."
Info: Artist: Robot Elvis (Baz Warne) Date: 02 Aug 2013 Venue: The Independent City: Sunderland Address: 27/28 Holmeside Sunderland SR13JE Country: United Kingdom Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
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Stranglers still going strong
"Do you find that provocative?” asks Burnel, 61, refusing to elaborate on the idea behind it: “I really don’t want to tell you because I don’t want to spoonfeed you so it will remain an enigma."
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TRACK BY TRACK: THE STRANGLERS
"This was the Stranglers trying to do something funky. We’ve tried all sorts of musical avenues and fucked up every time. Our interpretations have missed the point ..."
Q&A: Baz Warne of The Stranglers
"They didn’t look like The Clash with the little uniforms on, or The Sex Pistols with all the silly safety pins and funny coloured hair. They just looked like really mean motherfuckers."
Croydon Rocks! The Stranglers special
"This month Stephanie chats to Stranglers front man Baz Warne about punk, the pub scene, touring with the band, the music he's listening to and playing Croydon"
Interview: We chat to The Stranglers' Baz Warne
"“As for live, this band has always been a huge live draw. The one thing we are hesitant about is it becoming a nostalgic, heritage thing, and because we are still recording and releasing new material, that is not the case."
Baz happy to be back on the road with The Stranglers
“On this tour there will be some stuff we’ve never played before as well as some numbers that have been dusted off after many years.”
The Stranglers to perform at the Engine Shed in Lincoln
"However, Baz is keen to stress that band is always looking forwards, not backwards."
The Stranglers prove the old way is still alive
"“The poor guy [Roberts] who sang in The Stranglers for 16 years got so much grief it was unbelievable, whereas it was relatively easy for me."
Interview: The Stranglers
“It was just suggested that it would be arresting and quite shockingly humorous. There’s no symbolic meaning in it at all.”
Interview: Baz Warne of The Stranglers prior to their Bristol O2 Academy gig in March 2013
"There are always rumours that this will be the last tour, especially as Jet [Black] was unable to join us last year due to ill health. A couple of years ago it would have been unthinkable to have carried on without him, but you do what you must."
"This week on Junkyard, we'll be featuring The Stranglers, who toured Australia recently, when they were out here we were lucky enough to speak to Jean-Jacques Burnel and Baz Warne live in the PBS Studio ..."
The Stranglers - anything but punk
"But whatever you do, don't call them a punk band"
The Stranglers' Baz Warne talks to Lee Trewhela about being the punk legends' 'new boy', their latest album and a return to Cornwall
"It's easy to forget now but Paul was the singer for 16 years – I have to be honest, it looked a bit strange with him out front but it sounded really good. Those were weird years and there were incredible lows. But that encapsulates this band's role as survivors"
The Stranglers (Baz Warne) featured on BBC 6 Music, Nemone show … "Featuring Shakespearean actor Mark Rylance and seminal UK punk band The Stranglers". 1:18:40 The Ruts – Staring At The Rude Boys (clip) Talk Talk – Life’s What You … Continue reading