Bernard Fowler has been a member of The Rolling Stones touring band since 1989 and has provided backup vocals on every Stones record since Steel Wheels. Along the way, he has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music as a singer, performer, and producer. In a special extended interview, we take an inside look at The Rolling Stones and Bernard's solo career, and the process of making legendary music. Join the club as we discuss a hidden fondness for falconry and Arabian horses, an appetite for Japanese food, and the masterpiece that is Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones.
Real Wolf Record Club · 104 minutes · 10 months ago
The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers with guest Bernard Fowler
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