Michael Bradley of The Undertones

Michael Bradley of The Undertones – The Modernist Society Ep. 9

Michael Bradley of The Undertones

We talk with Michael Bradley of The Undertones about what it’s like being in ONE OF THE BEST BANDS EVER, what Bono did for Ireland, and that time they covered a Skrewdriver song. Michael is also the host of The Mickey Bradley Record Show on BBC Radio Ulster, and the author of Teenage Kicks: My Life as an Undertone.

Teenage Kicks: My Life As an Undertone (book)

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Here for your convenience, and in no particular order, are links to some of the things we talked about:

The Mickey Bradley Record Show 
Teenage Kicks: My Life as an Undertone
Johnny Moped
Skrewdriver
Eddie and the Hot Rods – Live at the Marquee
Johann’s Face Records
Bono
Thin LIzzy
Hooleygan: Music, Mayhem, Good Vibrations
Good Vibrations (film)
Stiff Little Fingers

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