Mick Ralphs talks Mott The Hoople, Bowie and blouses

“With a huge talent for writing songs that keep getting better as time goes on like a pair of old blue jeans, Mick has made the utmost of these vintage tools of the trade – also using them to searing effect in Bad Company for classic riffs such as Can’t Get Enough.

Here he tells us about touring once more with Mott, why Fender’s misunderstood Esquire is a tone machine with few rivals, and why lightweight guitars sing more sweetly…”

Full interview HERE

Interview courtesy of musicradar.com: Jamie Dickson (Guitarist)

Guitarist Mick Ralphs recalls exit from Mott The Hoople, birth of Bad Company

“As the swashbuckling British guitar player for glam pioneers Mott The Hoople and later, rock and roll fantasy weavers Bad Company, Mick Ralphs has played a significant part in creating a number of A-side singles with both bands that have become airplay classics.

In the absence of current activity with either project, Ralphs is presently fronting a blues cover project revisiting the early tracks that influenced him heavily as a player. He also spent some time recalling the demise of his relationship with Mott The Hoople and the subsequent birth of Bad Company.”

Full Interview HERE

Interview courtesy of ultimateclassicrock.com:  Matt Wardlaw