Q+A: Francis Rossi

Francis Rossi
Born in London to a family that ran the Rossi’s Ice Cream parlour chain, Francis Rossi swapped gelato for rock’n’roll as founder, lead singer and lead guitarist of Status Quo……
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Tracey Thorn
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Q+A: Tracey Thorn

Tracey Thorn has been making pop music in various guises since she was a teenager… While still in Marine Girls – a lo-fi post-punk outfit cited by Kurt Cobain as…
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Terri Nunn
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Q+A: Terri Nunn

The Berlin singer tells Paul Kirkley about reuniting with her former bandmates and teases the group’s first new music in 35 years… It’s 40 years since singer Terri Nunn joined…
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Ian Broudie
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Q+A: Ian Broudie

Ian Broudie manned the mixing desk for classic records by Echo & The Bunnymen and The Fall before becoming a pop legend in his own right under the guise of…
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Black Box
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Q+A: Daniele Davoli

As rave culture landed in 1989, this pivotal year in pop’s evolution was dominated by Italian house trio Black Box’s huge No.1 hit Ride On Time. However, alongside the success…
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TLC
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Q+A: TLC

Forget The Pointer Sisters, Destiny’s Child, or even The Supremes – the best-selling US girl group of all time is TLC. Formed in Atlanta in 1990, Tionne ’T-Boz’ Watkins, Rozonda…
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Cerrone
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Q+A: Cerrone

Marc Cerrone won worldwide acclaim with the single Love In C Minor in 1976, and its follow-up, Supernature, which became his biggest British hit, reaching No.8 on the UK charts…
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Cat Glover
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Q+A: Cat Glover

The choreographer, dancer and singer talks to Calum Waddell about working with Prince during his most purple of purple periods… Cat Glover was at the side of Prince as a…
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