Glen Matlock was the youngest member of The Sex Pistols at only 16 and he wrote many of their hits from God Save The Queen, he also played for many years in Iggy Pop’s band. Slick was Bowie’s guitarist. We caught up with Glen ahead of their gig at The Bungalow in Paisley to ask him a few questions.
She’s been writing and performing for over 30 years. Q Magazine described her as having “one of the finest voices of modern times…” Horse has nine albums under her belt and many classic songs in the back catalogue, including the
I thought I was going to be one of those carefree parents who wore billowing skirts with children skipping merrily to and fro – flowers in our hair. Turns out, I’m not…
Muscian James Grant talks to Rona Simpson about his success with 80s bands Friends Again and Love and Money, growing up in Castlemilk and his recent involvement with RIG Arts project ‘Heid O’ the Hill’ where he mentored musicians from
Helen McCookerybook (a.k.a Dr Helen Reddington) is a London-based musician and academic best known for singing and playing bass with Brighton punk band The Chefs. She talks to Rona Simpson about feminism, music and film ventures, her punk days and the violence that coloured that time.