The Aftershow: Baxter Dury

Ben Homewood

Ever since he appeared on the sleeve of his father Ian’s 1977 punk classic New Boots And Panties as a kid, Baxter Dury has been enveloped in music. Now six albums into a solo career that has cemented his rep as indie’s premier lounge lizard, the Londoner spins his best industry yarns and talks heritage, Danny Dyer and croissants...

I took my time to find my path in music…

“Music was all around, there were bongos discarded around the gaff, ...

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