The Aftershow: Tony Visconti

James Hanley

Producer Tony Visconti’s work with David Bowie has earned its own special chapter in music history. Here, the legendary New Yorker recalls befriending the Thin White Duke, seeing Jimi Hendrix live and enjoying an all-nighter with John Lennon...

I was 23 when I moved to the UK…

“It was 1967 – the height of swinging London – and there was a big cultural, youth explosion. Within a week of arriving, I wrote some arrangements for Denny Laine and ...

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