Billy Bragg

The Difficult Afterlife Of Pop Stars When The Spotlight Is Gone

By Alyson Camus | April 19, 2022

‘If I were you, I’d just go home and enjoy my garden.’

The 1,000 Greatest Songs of the 1980s – 260 to 251

By Steve Crawford | August 14, 2019

Bragg always had a knack for exposing the often-unseen trials and burdens that come with being a woman in modern society

L. A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, FEBRUARY 18TH TO 23RD

By Alyson Camus | February 16, 2019

Panda Bear is at The Lodge Room on Monday and Tuesday

L.A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, OCTOBER 9TH TO 15TH 2017

By Alyson Camus | October 9, 2017

Desert Daze 2017 is upon us!

Billy Bragg: A Year In The Life

By Iman Lababedi | November 30, 2014

Billy travelled through the American midwest with fellow singer-songwriter Joe Purdy, tracing the legendary Rock Island Line railroad for it’s starting point in Illinois to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where the song of that name was first collected from inmates at the Cummins Prison Farm by John Lomax and Lead Belly in 1934. On the way, Billy and Joe found time to play a pop-up benefit for the people of Ferguson.

Billy Brag Thinks That Taylor Swift's Decision Is 'A Corporate Power Play'

By Alyson Camus | November 19, 2014

The Taylor Swift controversy continues, and there’s not a day that passes when Taylor and her decision to remove her songs from Spotify isn’t not commented by somebody… if Dave Grohl ‘doesn’t fucking care’ about the whole deal — but his comment is not really relevant to anything — Billy Bragg has now shared his…

Billy Bragg Played Ferguson, MO

By Iman Lababedi | August 23, 2014

“A number of people said to me on Twitter, if you’re going to go to St Lou, are you going to go to Ferguson? But we didn’t want to just go there and walk through Ferguson and be tourists. We wanted to do something for the community.”

Billy Bragg And Frank Turner To Perform Together For Charity (yesssss) In London (not yes)

By Iman Lababedi | December 14, 2013

You can draw a straight line between Joe Strummer through to Billy Bragg, father and son, white riot to spy vs spy, but you can’t continue the line to Frank Turner and we shall not overcome