Bombed Out! Press Interview: Punk rocker’s memories of a life-changing scene.

Bombed Out! Press Interview: Punk rocker’s memories of a life-changing scene.

Above Photo: Peter Alan Lloyd (left) and John Kirkham (right) onstage at Eric’s in 1979 with Pink Military Stand Alone.

Some of the old dock walls along Liverpool’s Dock Road, along which I spent many nights walking the seven miles home from Eric’s when I was in the bands.

Some of the old dock walls along Liverpool’s Dock Road, along which I spent many nights walking the seven miles home from Eric’s when I was in the bands.

Last week I talked to a journalist called Jamie Bowman at my local Liverpool newspaper, the Crosby Herald. The interview was then posted onto the Liverpool Echo’s website and I have reprinted it here, although I’ve added photographs for illustration of places referred to, which aren’t in the original article.

Antony Gormley’s superb piece of art, called ‘Another Place’ at sunset on Waterloo beach – one of 100 life-size cast-iron men, standing looking out to sea.

Antony Gormley’s superb piece of art, called ‘Another Place’ at sunset on Waterloo beach – one of 100 life-size cast-iron men, standing looking out to sea.

The full interview and more Bombed Out!-related photos here: http://www.bombedoutpunk.com/bombed-out/news/bombed-out-press-interview-punk-rockers-memories-of-a-life-changing-scene/

  

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