Find out why his songs of falling in and out of love continue to strike a chord with modern musicians, with an evening of performances that put the reclusive whisky-voiced ‘old cowboy’ back in the spotlight, curated by Wyndham Wallace– his manager and friend during the last years of his life, and also the author of Lee, Myself & I: Inside The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood – and Ed Harcourt, the Mercury Music Prize nominated singer, songwriter, producer, and avowed fan of Hazlewood’s work.
Fran Healy (Travis)
Matthew E White
Josh T Pearson
Joe Gideon (Gideon & The Shark)
The band is Ed Harcourt, Jim Sclavunos (Bad Seeds), Romeo Stodart (Magic Numbers), Tom Herbert (Polar Bear) and Adrian Utley (Portishead).
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Check out the below podcast from the Barbican featuring exclusive interviews with Wyndham Wallace, author of ‘Lee, Myself and I’ and Ed Harcourt about the moustachioed man behind some of the biggest pop songs of the 20th Century:
For further reading on Hazlewoodism, check out this great article from the BBC: Psychedelics, Summer Wine & Nancy Sinatra’s Boots: The Curious World Of Lee Hazlewood.