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June 8, 1990 | JIM WASHBURN
Squeeze's Glenn Tilbrook isn't doing interviews on the group's present tour, according to a band representative, because he's spending his time on the road writing new songs for the group's next album. "That's interesting," Tilbrook said by phone last week from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. "They told the last person I called that I wasn't going to do interviews because I was saving my voice."
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August 9, 1996 | BUDDY SEIGAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Chris Difford was, well, feeling Squeezed out. Along with longtime songwriting partner Glenn Tilbrook, Difford forms the nucleus of U.K. power-pop veterans Squeeze, at once among the most respected and neglected bands of the last 20 some-odd years, at least when it comes to American audiences. In a recent phone interview, Difford discussed the latest indignity on his plate: I.R.S.
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November 4, 1989 | J.D. CONSIDINE, THE BALTIMORE SUN
Over the years, Squeeze has done more than its share of touring in America, playing everything from college dates with Elvis Costello to sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. Even so, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, the two singer-guitarists who front the English rock group, have no trouble naming the band's worst night on the road. "We played a show in New Jersey where there were only two people and a dog," Difford said in a recent interview here.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 8, 1990 | JIM WASHBURN
Squeeze's Glenn Tilbrook isn't doing interviews on the group's present tour, according to a band representative, because he's spending his time on the road writing new songs for the group's next album. "That's interesting," Tilbrook said by phone last week from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. "They told the last person I called that I wasn't going to do interviews because I was saving my voice."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 1996 | BUDDY SEIGAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Chris Difford was, well, feeling Squeezed out. Along with longtime songwriting partner Glenn Tilbrook, Difford forms the nucleus of U.K. power-pop veterans Squeeze, at once among the most respected and neglected bands of the last 20 some-odd years, at least when it comes to American audiences. In a recent phone interview, Difford discussed the latest indignity on his plate: I.R.S.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 4, 1989 | J.D. CONSIDINE, THE BALTIMORE SUN
Over the years, Squeeze has done more than its share of touring in America, playing everything from college dates with Elvis Costello to sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. Even so, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, the two singer-guitarists who front the English rock group, have no trouble naming the band's worst night on the road. "We played a show in New Jersey where there were only two people and a dog," Difford said in a recent interview here.
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