Thank you very much Danny, it's a really good interview.
I agree, great interview. Boz's background and career is rarely chronicled in interviews.
"Then the Americans had it good for a while -- which was odd because we had to teach them how to play their own music!"
Yep, it seemed it was always the case in the history of rock n roll. Examples too numerous to mention.
"When I was going back on for the encore, I slipped over all the flowers that had been thrown on stage. I went arse over tit; my guitar went up in the air, so it went out of tune," he laughs."
"Regardless of his status as the right-hand man of the former Smiths legend, Boz remains a talismanic figure on the Irish and UK rockabilly scene -- and beyond. In his spare time, he has recorded dozens of young rockers. These days, they fly from all over Europe to work in his picturesque residential recording studio, Sierra Vista, on the Portuguese coast. The latest to pitch up there were Finnish band The Stringbeans."
Boz and Moz should get together in that studio for some recording.
"If I knew where good songs came from I'd go there more often." Leonard Cohen
"Iíve always held the song in high regard because songs have got me through so many sinks of dishes..." Leonard Cohen