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Heatwave: All Set To Burn Ya

Profile by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, November 1976

WITH THE increase in non-American soul oriented acts reaching a peak, tasty funk combos are appearing almost literally out of the woodwork. ...

Heatwave: Phewhattascorcha!

Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, 19 February 1977

HEATWAVE, whose 'Boogie Nights' single is moving up the chart, talk to Colin Irwin ...

Heatwave: The Hardest Working Band In The Land

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 1 March 1977

"We have always worked hard and that won't change because of a hit record. In fact, we may end up working harder" ...

Heatwave: Birth of the Doodle Boogie

Interview by Robin Katz, Record Mirror, 18 June 1977

THERE'S A fascinating relationship that goes on behind the scenes between Heatwave's founder Johnnie Wilder Jr. and the group's resident songwriter and keyboard player Rod ...

Heatwave: West Runton Pavilion, Norfolk

Live Review by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 17 June 1978

Waiting for the Getdown gestalt ...

Heatwave: Heating Up the Disco Crowd

Interview by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 18 November 1978

TO COME back from a very successful American tour to see your new single shoot into the chart at No 36 while making healthy strides ...

International Heatwave

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 16 January 1979

LONDON, England, is hardly renowned for its temperate climate but it can boast one long and consistent Heatwave because it is – and probably always ...


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