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Henry Rollins - USA's Billy Bragg ???

GUEST,punkfolkrocker 18 Jan 16 - 06:12 PM
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Subject: Henry Rollins - USA's Billy Bragg ???
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 18 Jan 16 - 06:12 PM

Sorry for the shite thread title - best I could think of that fits the allotted space, and doesn't appear too condescending to our American mates...

.. and yes, this is intended for above the line, though some catters will declare BS !!!

The decision as always belongs to our US mods...

Henry Rollins - BBC Interview

HARDtalk - Henry Rollins
First shown: 4:30am 18 Jan 2016
Available for 11 months

"We tend to pigeonhole creative types: writer, musician, actor - they get a label. Stephen Sackur talks to a guest who defies simple description
- punk is perhaps the only word that captures the spirit of Henry Rollins.
He first found success in the punk band Black Flag back in the early eighties.
Since then he's variously made a name as a non-conforming writer, broadcaster, actor and intrepid traveller.
How hard is it to swim against the cultural tide in the United States?

First shown: 4:30am 18 Jan 2016
Available for 11 months

I've long been aware of Rollins, but this is the first time I've listened to him talk in depth.
He has now moved to near the top of my list of 'favourite Americans'...

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Subject: RE: Henry Rollins - USA's Billy Bragg ???
Date: 18 Jan 16 - 07:09 PM

You should check out his book 'Get in the Van' - it's available as an audiobook, read by the man himself.

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