Hugh Cornwell interview
Hugh Cornwell shares a favourite vinyl record from his collection
Grant Stott’s Vinyl Collective
Plus, former Strangler Hugh Cornwell is choosing his Rock God
The Rock Show with Johnnie Walker
An uplifting mix of music and chat featuring Hugh Cornwell
Ex-Stanglers lead singer Hugh Cornwell returns with his tenth solo album, ‘Moments of Madness’.
Hanging Around with Hugh Cornwell…
Sounds of the 70s with Johnnie Walker
Hugh Cornwell has been out of The Stranglers much longer than he was in. He formed the band in the mid 1970’s and enjoyed a successful career before leaving in 1990.
Featured Artist: Hugh Cornwell.
Johnnie’s here for your Bank Holiday with more great memories of this brilliant decade.
And Stranglers bass player JJ Burnel is calling the show direct from the south of France.
As one of the original surviving members of this iconic band, he’s now gearing up for the upcoming release of new studio album Dark Matters this Autumn, and tour dates around the country to promote it. He’ll be discussing his formative years and the artists that he worked with during the Seventies, telling us which impressed him the most, and choosing a couple of curveball songs that he loves.”
Listen again on BBC iPlayer until 29th June 2021.
Steve Lamacq played new Stranglers track ‘And If You Should See Dave’.
Steve Lamacq show
Liz played new Stranglers track ‘If Something’s Gonna Kill Me’.
Liz Kershaw show
Paul and Andy are joined by Hugh Cornwell.
Hawksbee and Jacobs Daily
Justin chats to Hugh Cornwell about his latest novel, Future Tense.
Mike Sweeney show
Hugh Cornwell unveils a crime story
Pat Sisson’s show
The Stranglers’ third album Black and White in full.