"Steve Wright … thank you for playing everything from 'Panic' to 'Wedding Bell Blues' … and, in between, Patti Smith, and also Grumpy And The Banshees. We heard. We listened. You did your best. Thank you!"
I reckon he's coming to the UK and you said he wouldn't.I reckon Moz will open the next sold out MOZ VEGAS show with ‘Panic’ and replace the lyric “Hang the DJ” with “Axe the DJ”, much to the delight of the foreign loonies from Brittttinnnn who flew out to MOZ VEGAS to see California’s Son perform. Nnnnnnnnnnit mate.
Steve Wright: Now, are you OK with me asking you the question that you probably don't want me to ask you about? You know the one.Didn’t he interview Moz at one point
Yah. And similar to the old Moz-Bob Smith feud he changed his stance after a few decades. The passage of time isn't always a sickening crime.He forgot playing I Have Forgiven Jesus when nobody else did.
Given the mythos surrounding Panic's creation & the generally negative view of anything 'daytime' on Radio 1 back then - I'm guessing he's referring more to later day (and noticeably more mellow) Wright. The mild animosity/antagonism in the mid 80's seemed real enough at the time - to at least 'hardcore' fans like myself & friends.
Morrissey did indeed appear for an interview on the Steve Wright show on BBC Radio 2.Marr certainly. Morrissey—I’m not so sure.