Interview by Maureen Paton, Rock's Backpages audio, 23 February 2007
The now-veteran Mormon popster remembers his days touring the UK in the '70s, being pursued by screaming girls; on being a father and grandfather; his new album Love Songs of the '70s; narrowly surviving his surfing accident; being a poster boy for clean living; nearly losing everything in 1980; on his religion, and staying fit.
File format: mp3; file size: 44.4mb, interview length: 46' 16" sound quality: ***
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