Men In Black - The Stranglers Story

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20120608 (6M)
20200510 (6M)
As a tribute to Dave Greenfield, another chance to hear the story of the Stranglers.
20120608 (6M)
20200510 (6M)
As a tribute to keyboard player Dave Greenfield, who died on on the 3rd of May, another chance to hear Glen Matlock tell the story of the Stranglers, one of the UK's most enduring rock bands. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have survived the test of time. First broadcast on BBC Radio 2.

As a tribute to Dave Greenfield, another chance to hear the story of the Stranglers.

2001081120120608 (6M)Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century.

"Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century."

6M20120608Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

"Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season.

"Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.

Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands, which started as a pub act and stumbled into punk by accident. Founder members Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield tell of the good times, the bad times, the violence and the songs which have filled the last quarter of a century. Repeated as part of BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Four's Punk Britannia season."