"I smiled from ear-to-ear, and I had a little lump in my throat on occasion and got a bit dewy-eyed"
Liz chats to Baz Warne and JJ Burnel from The Stranglers, who originally formed in 1974.
Liz Kershaw’s Legends In Their Own Lunchtime
Stranglers ready to rock Rewind
"We always particularly enjoy playing brand new stuff that’s untried and untested out on the road."
Perennial Punks The Stranglers return to Notts
"We’re all living in this house like something from the geriatric Young Ones – someone does the cooking, someone does the cleaning – but through all of that we’re getting on with it."
Interview: The Stranglers
"The Stranglers frontman Baz Warne discusses the state of rock and roll, his distaste for genres and how to
Baz Warne - All Cannings
"Some of the huge festivals such as Glastonbury can be a bit like a prison camp once you are inside. I am looking forward to a nice, easy atmosphere in All Cannings"
THE STRANGLERS | MUSIC INTERVIEW
"To be honest with you, nobody has asked me this question before but I think looking back on it, what I wanted to try and do was impose a little bit more of my personal preference, which was the more hard-hitting earlier Stranglers records."
Stranglers spell it out for SupaJam
"Dave Greenfield is a wonderful person to work with too, the guitar and keyboards are the melodic side of the band, and when a recording sounds fantastic we all still bounce around the studio like 18 year olds"
Baz Warne talks to Dotun Adebayo https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09tgpk1#playt=03h36m00s
Killer instinct: Stranglers frontman Baz Warne on Irish dates
"By the time of the gig, people still didn't know that Paul had left the band: we stepped on the stage and by the third or fourth number people realised he wasn't turning up.