Spike Edney of Queen Interview
Tom caught up with Spike Edney, who has worked with everyone from Duran Duran to the Rolling Stones, but has most famously been Queen’s keyboard player for over 35 years. They discussed Spike going from working in the Civil Service on Friday to living with a stripper in Hamburg on Tuesday, why he had to go into shops on behalf of black band members in Alabama, and deciding to go to the Isle of Wight Festival instead of to Oxford to study History.
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