Last week I was a guest on Radio Norfolk’s Drivetime show, where I got to chat about my latest novel, Blood Law, my chequered past, and my enduring love of rock music. The show lasted for around an hour, and I was stoked to be able to introduce six of my all-time favourite tracks. For those of you that missed the show (and give a damn), these were my selections:
The ’59 Sound – by The Gaslight Anthem
Everlong – by The Foo Fighters
If I Can’t Change Your Mind – by Sugar
No One Knows – by Queens of the Stone Age
Suspicious Minds – by Elvis Presley
The tracks went down well with both the production team and the listening public at large, and I’d like to think that I gave Radio Norfolk the rockiest sixty minutes of airtime in their existence! All in all, it was an interview that I really enjoyed, and I’d like to thank both Sophie and Matthew at the station for inviting me on. And to continue on this music related theme, please read on for my review of the inaugural Sonisphere Festival that was held at Knebworth last weekend.
What’s Steve been listening to this week?
Man Vs Monster – by Fighting With Wire
Blood Mountain – by Mastodon
Significant Other – by Limp Bizkit