Lisa Torem speaks to award-winning British songwriter Graham Gouldman about his upcoming UK tour and new album, ‘Modesty Forbids’, his first full studio album in eight years.
On a recent visit to America, Nick Dent-Robinson took the opportunity to catch up again with iconic songwriter, rock hero and former Hollie, Graham Nash – who was about to embark on a Summer tour of the UK and Europe.
Crosby, Still and Nash's Graham Nash chats to Nick Dent-Robinson about his new compilation 'Over the Years',which consists of fifteen of his favourite songs during his lengthy career, and his memories of his years in the Hollies.
In his second Pennyblackmusic interview, award-winning British songwriter Graham Gouldman discusses with Lisa Torem 10cc’s upcoming UK tour and songs that fired up his youthful imagination
Pop Will Eat Itself
Pop Will Eat Itself frontman Graham Crabb talks to Erick Mertz about three decades of stirring the underground pot and returning to the stage for the Gigantic Festival
10cc frontman and influential English singer-songwriter Graham Gouldman speaks to Lisa Torem about his lengthy career and forthcoming UK acoustic tour
Lisa Torem speaks to former Cream bassist and music legend Jack Bruce about his new solo album, 'Silver Rails'
Lisa Torem chats to Olkahama city-based singer-songwriter Graham Colton about his latest studio album 'Lonely Ones', which was co-produced by Flaming Lips' front man Wayne Coyne
Graham Nash speaks to Nick Dent-Robinson about his long musical history as both a founder member of the Hollies and with Crosby, Stills and Nash, and his new autobiography, 'Wild Tales'
John Clarkson speaks to James Graham from brooding Scottish rock band the Twlight Sad about his band's post-punk influenced third album, No One Can Ever Know’
John Clarkson talks to South London-based percussionist and musician Graham Dowdall about his electronic soundscape solo project Gagarin's new album 'Biophilia', and working with both Nico and Pere Ubu's David Thomas
Anthony Strutt talks to Wire bassist Graham Lewis at a gig in London about 'Red Barked Tree', their forthcoming new album
John Clarkson speaks to James Graham from Scottish based act the Twilight Sad about his band's much acclaimed debut album, 'Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters', and the extremes of his group's music
The former frontman with cult garage rock groups the Prisoners and the Solarflares, Graham Day has recently returned to live work with his latest band the Gaolers, and their debut album, ‘Soundtrack To The Daily Grind’. Sarah Maybank speak to him about his long musical career and the new album
Underrated in their lifetime 80's Australian group the Triffids are in the process of having all six of their albums reissued. John Clarkson talks to he group's pedal steel player and historian Graham Lee about the band's legacy
The latest signings to ex-Blur guitarist Graham Coxon's Transcopic label, madcap humorists Mower have just released their second album, 'People are Cruel'. Julia Willis talks to the trio about their first eighteen months together
14/4/1943 – 25/10/2014
Nick Dent-Robinson reflects on the life of Cream bassist Jack Bruce, who died aged 71 in October
Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara, 9/10/2018
L. Paul Mann watches Graham Nash plays fifty years of hits at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara.
Albert Hall, Manchester, 21/5/2016
Nicky Crewe sees Graham Nash delight his fans at a wonderful homecoming concert at the Albert Hall in Manchester
Barbican, London, 28/11/2009
After Blur's reunion shows of this summer, Anthony Middleton watches guitarist Graham Coxon at the Barbican in London play an excellent solo set with a backing band that inlcudes in its line-up folk elder statesman Martin Carty and also Robyn Hitchcock
Graham Day and the Gaolers
Dirty Water Club, London, 2/11/2007
Sarah Maybank watches Graham Day, the former frontman with garage rockers the Prisoners and Solarflares, blast his way through a firestorming set with his new band the Gaolers at the Dirty Water Club in London
Hyde Park, London, 24/6/2005
At the new Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in London, Denzil Watson watches varying sets from New Order, Moby, the Bravery, Graham Coxon and others
Graham Coxon/Tom Vek
Hammersmith Palais, London, 18/2/2005
At an NME gig in London Anthony Dhanendran watches former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon play an energetic set at the Hammersmith Palais, Highly touted new talent Tom Vek sadly, however, proves to be less impressive
Acid Mothers Temple / Circle
“YRRreooUgHhwAaAaAAHHHH!! LililililiPEOWgarghhhhh!!” Satan only knows what language the Circle are speaking in, but whatever it is they appear to be singing it backwards. Even scarier, their frontman appears to be Graham Bonnet possessed by the voiceover
Graham Day and the Forefathers
In our 'Re:View' section. in which our writers reflect on albums from the past. Fiona Hutchings examines Medway garage rockers Graham Day and the Forefathers reissue of their 2014 album 'Good Things' which features three bonus tracks.
Ten Songs That Made Me Love...
In our series, in which our writers write about ten songs that made them love a favourite band or artist, Kimberly Bright writes about her favourite songs by English singer-songwriter Graham Parker.
Live at the Zodiac
Graham Coxon has come a long way since leaving Blur. Anthony Strutt examines his new DVD, which was filmed at an Oxford gig and showcases all four of his four solo albums