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The original UK sleeve art for The Man Who Sold the World

Wednesday 25 Mar 2015

Music Feature: Woody's DIY

John Byrne talks to former David Bowie and The Spiders from Mars' drummer Woody Woodmansey about his upcoming tour of Bowie's early masterpiece album, The Man Who Sold the World.

  • Lucky Peterson

    Blues Master Lucky Peterson talks to TEN

    Ahead of his debut appearance in Ireland - at The Sugar Club in Dublin on Thursday March 12th - blues master Lucky Peterson talks to RTÉ TEN.

  • Eddi Reader: "I was a welder's daughter and I wore my boover boots. I had my fist in the air before I even started."

    The Welder's Daughter

    Eddi Reader returns for her seventh annual Irish tour this week and she's released a new EP entitled Back The Dogs featuring her melodious takes on songs by Amy Winehouse and Super Furry Animals. Alan Corr meets the Scottish singer

  • The Australian Pink Floyd

    Echoes of Pink Floyd

    Paddy Kehoe spoke to the band's keyboards maestro, Jason Sawford about two decades of honouring heroes.

  • Rumer: "I let the machine do their job and I'll do mine."

    Rumer has it

    Rumer is back with her third album Into Colour, a set of new songs that are chicken soup for the soul after her struggle with depression and the stresses of success and fame. She talks to Alan Corr about finding love and new colours

  • Raglans kick off their Irish tour in November

    Interview: Raglans

    Sinead Brennan chats to Rhos Horan of Dublin band Raglans ahead of their Irish tour.

  • Phil Coulter

    Phil Coulter Interview

    Legendary musician and songwriter Phil Coulter is celebrating 50 years in the music business next year so Sinead Brennan met up with him to find out what moments he is proudest of, and what the future holds.

  • Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche

    Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche

    With their debut album Zubberdust!, Montreal's Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche have turned in one of the closing treats of 2014. TEN's Harry Guerin talks to bassist, singer and composer Jean-Sebastien Truchy and guitarist/engineer Sebastien Fournier.