On the December 6, 2020 edition of The Richard Crouse Show we are joined by iconic musician and songwriter Elvis Costello. In an exclusive one-on-one Costello talks about life in lockdown, creativity in isolation and his 33rd album “Hey Clockface.”
“I started out to be a songwriter,” Elvis says in the interview, “not a singer. I was given the job of recording my first songs because nobody else either wanted to, or could sing them. They’re actually much trickier than they sound. They may sound like there isn’t much tune to many of them, but their words alone are a challenge. So I ended up with this job of fronting a band. And obviously over the years I’ve tried to renew that for myself so that it doesn’t become the same tired script.”
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