Talking McCartney & Liverpool Music with Paul Du Noyer

1:15pm - 2:00pm / Saturday 20th October 2018 / Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum
Type: Lecture / Category: Public / Series: Liverpool Literary Festival 2018
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  • Admission: Standard - £8 Concession - £6
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Come to hear Liverpool-born Paul Du Noyer in conversation with Mike Leary. Paul began writing about music on the punk-era NME in London. He later became the editor of Q magazine and in 1993 was the founding editor of Mojo. Since then he has written for many journals and interviewed everyone from David Bowie to Amy Winehouse. His first book was a study of John Lennon’s solo music, We All Shine On, followed in 2002 by the definitive history of Liverpool music, Wondrous Place. Subsequent books include In The City, the story of London’s popular music, and a biography of Liverpool art school legends Deaf School. His most recent book is Conversations With McCartney, drawn from his many encounters with the former Beatle.