Boy George

I’m not someone who can sing anything… And my favorite singers aren’t people whose voice you would say is amazing. I’m a big Bob Dylan fan, a huge David Bowie fan… none of those people have orthodox, cabaret voices. These are people where what they’re singing about is just as important as how they’re singing it.

“I’m not someone who can sing anything… And my favorite singers aren’t people whose voice you would say is amazing. I’m a big Bob Dylan … Read More

Tweeting is something you can do wherever you are, on your phone, on the computer, in an airport lounge. It’s easy to do, and I do find it fun to communicate with people. It’s quite nice that we can have almost direct contact with anyone in the world at any time. I don’t know how important it is in terms of one’s career. It seems to be pretty much superfluous in terms of that, but it’s nice to communicate.

“Tweeting is something you can do wherever you are, on your phone, on the computer, in an airport lounge. It’s easy to do, and I … Read More

What happened during the previews of ‘Taboo’ [musical] was that it was the first time I’d ever been written about as a great song-writer – I cried. I absolutely wept, because it wasn’t the usual stuff like, “Oh, he was a drug addict and he did this and that…” It was really looking at the music and it was really complimentary. It was a huge thing.

“What happened during the previews of ‘Taboo’ [musical] was that it was the first time I’d ever been written about as a great song-writer – … Read More

The fabulous side of Taboo was dressing up and dancing like no one was watching you. There were no rules. You had Jeffrey Hinton playing every kind of music. It was like going back to when I used to deejay at Planet in ’79, where you’d mix in nutty things like hip-hop or reggae or The Sound of Music [1965] or other film soundtracks – whatever.

“The fabulous side of Taboo was dressing up and dancing like no one was watching you. There were no rules. You had Jeffrey Hinton playing … Read More