Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason is thrilled to be playing the band’s older material in a new group that he’s bringing to Ireland. But what chances of a final reunion, asks Richard Purden.
Mariella Frostrup tells Richard Purden about her book on female travellers, her days in the music business and childhood memories of her time in Ireland
He has battled cancer and is about to turn 75, but Rod Stewart’s two gigs in Ireland next week are a sign he has no plans to retire any time soon, writes Richard Purden
Former Oasis drummer Tony McCarroll tells Richard Purden about the mad times when five Manc-Irish lads became one of the biggest rock bands in the world
As a new box set of Bowie material from the 1960s pays homage to the late genius and Richard Purden spoke to some of the people who worked with him in that era.
Terry O’Neill’s numerous pictures of the late rock star have been assembled into an impressive book, writes Richard Purden.
Sean Scully started his life in poverty in Inchicore. He returns to the Dublin suburb as one of the world’s most acclaimed living artists, writes Richard Purden.
Sean Scully started his life in poverty in Inchicore, but as he turns 75, he returns to the Dublin suburb as one of the world's most acclaimed living artists, writes Richard Purden.
As his band release a new album, Mike Scott reveals a passion for CS Lewis books that helped him bond with Bono, writes Richard Purden.
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