XTC live in Manchester
Music journalists David Nolan and Mick Middles remember seeing XTC live in Manchester. Brenna Ehrlich, senior news editor at Rolling Stone magazine, joins in.
It was 18 March 1982 at La Palace in Paris when Andy Partridge left the stage for the last time, overwhelmed by the pressures of relentless touring and Valium withdrawal.
Until that point, XTC were one of the hardest working live bands on the circuit and in this episode of What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast, music journalists David Nolan and Mick Middles remember what it was like to see them. They are joined by Brenna Ehrlich, senior news editor at Rolling Stone magazine, and Mark Fisher.
- Music provided by David White: listen to Still Got It on Soundcloud
- Brenna Ehrlich's Killing Time available here
- More on David Nolan here
- More on Mick Middles here
Further reading in What Do You Call That Noise? An XTC Discovery Book
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