We also realised that we would get bored if we continued along the same styles. So we knew we had to change
Interview with The Vintage Caravan (Band)
We all enjoyed doing the Lizzy thing. But of course, as I’m sure you’ll agree, it’ll never really be Thin Lizzy without Phil.
So I started Philm you know when I noticed that the band in a way health wise was crumbling, not only with Jeff, but with Tom and Kerry doesn’t take care of himself. He should be careful. Well I’m not going to tell him that.
Well Set the world on fire” and “King of the Kill”are my two favorite songs to play live, so that’s fun. The ones that I don’t necessarily like playing all the time like “Alison Hell”and maybe a few others you can not really want to play it and not like it.
Interview with guitarist /producer on the eve of their showcase performance at The Borderline in London
We are headlining the opening night of Sweden Rock this year as well which is great for us. On 4 June. We’ve played Sweden Rock about five times now that we’ve never headlined before
So somewhere around 2011 we decided to put personal differences aside and figure something out. It took a couple of weeks of talking back and forth and it was kind of wild and it was neat in a way because we started talking like friends, and that hadn’t happened in a long time
I feel 100%European and not American. I never really felt comfortable with that part of the eighties. It was a lot of fun,I had a lot of laughs . A little bit too Americanized, over polished and over produced all of that never really appealed to me