An Interview With Influential Punk And New Wave Musician, HUGH CORNWELL On His Past Music With The Stranglers and Current Solo Work
"Mose Allison is one of the all time greats of modern music, and one day will be talked about in the same breath as Cole Porter and Jerome Kern. He’s one of my only inspirations who is still alive."
BBC Radio Surrey
"Mark Carter talks to the former Stranglers frontman Hugh Cornwell."
The Stranglers' Hugh Cornwell looks back: 'We played America, but that was never our focus'
"Being at school in the early 1960s, with all the music that was exploding at the time, was incredible."
Hugh Cornwell: From Pub Rock to Punk, with a Hint of Richard Thompson
"“The banjo belonged to my grandfather,” he explained. “[He] played it for fun in the pubs around the East End. It seemed right to put it on to Train. I tuned it to an open chord and it's the only time I've played it.”"
BBC Radio Devon
"Hugh Cornwell joins Richard Green on the Retro Show to chat about his career. both inside and outside of the legendary "punk" band."
Whatever Happened To… The Stranglers?
"Here Hugh talks about his formative years in Kentish Town, North London, the band he formed with schoolmate Richard Thompson (later of Fairport Convention fame), and why he decided to go solo."