Back on the show today for the 3rd time - he can’t stay away even though he tries to - it’s Alain Whyte. He’s in the Morrissey band, co-writing and ‘having both’ with a cracking side hustle of gifted playdads: Gary All Day, Spend A Penny Cobrin and Craig no gammon Gannon. Full interview including the new name for this nutritious side salad of musicians. Well, potential name. I mean, my *suggestion* but he did score it a ten. With all of these musical projects in this multi mega talented busy hectic musical guitar singer songwriter general firecracker life how is it all gonna work out for Alain Whyte? TELL ME. He’s all Whyte…
Alain Whyte joins Julie for another chat about how life is treating him both in and out of Morrissey's band.
Boz is turning 60 and we are gonna have an all-day hoe-down with him and some of his favorite people and best friends! Come on out to Staten Island, NY on Saturday May 21st. There will be live music all day long. Special guests and of course the Boz All-Stars will be playing to finish off the night. Here’s a link to the Facebook event page. Boz All Stars Birthday Bash … feel free to email [email protected] with any questions!
1hr 40 video interview with Alain.
Lots of discussion about the band idea prior to rejoining Morrissey.
Worth a listen.
Not sure how this flew under the radar though.
He mentions he wanted to play The Loop again live.
Can't see it posted on here anywhere.
"Ex-Morrissey bandmate Matt Walker on why some drummers spontaneously combust…and some don’t
Matt Walker shares the inside scoop on what it’s like to work with two of the most brilliant and challenging guys in rock music (Morrissey and Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan); how he was forced to lie to a Russian border guard when touring with Garbage; and why destroying a drum kit each night is better than taking Xanax.
Please note: Matt’s audio quality during the conversation is a bit rough — a hazard of recording over the Internet during the pandemic. But it’s a great conversation that’s worth a close listen. Thanks for understanding."
Plenty of Morrissey content throughout, main part starts at ~ 14:23
"They both [Morrissey and Billy Corgan] are challenging in different ways, but I wouldn't want it any other way. I think that's...