The Struts frontman Luke Spiller has some pretty incredible stories from last year’s Taylor Hawkins Tribute concerts. He talks about his friendship with the late Foo Fighters drummer, and the impact that Taylor had on Luke’s own career and life. He explains the bittersweetness of performing with Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor and what it was like to do “The Walk” to the stage with his musical heroes. Luke also details what it was like working and performing with David Bowie’s pianist Mike Garson and the influence that experience had on The Struts’ new album, “Pretty Vicious.” He shares stories about the writing and recording process for the new album, the role that COVID played in its making, and why he thinks this is the band’s best collection of work to date. Plus, he’s got the GREATEST story about Sir Paul McCartney!
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