Billy Idol and Steve Stevens stopped by the SiriusXM Garage Studio in Los Angeles for an interview and performance with David Fricke on The Spectrum (channel 28). SiriusXM subscribers can watch the full episode using the link below which includes acoustic performances of White Wedding, Bitter Taste, Eyes Without A Face, andSee More›
Billy Idol’s new EP, The Roadside—his first new release in nearly seven years—is out now on Dark Horse Records! Produced by Butch Walker (Green Day, Weezer) and featuring Idol’s longtime lead guitarist and co-writer Steve Stevens, The Roadside was conceived, recorded, andSee More›
Billy Idol appears in Episode 7 of the critically acclaimed PBS music series Soundbreaking. Episode 7 titled “Sound and Vision” focuses on tracking the music video from MTV to the internet, telling the story of how a one-time marketing tool became a powerful mediator between artist andSee More›
Las Vegas (October 18, 2016) – Billy Idol, Steve Stevens and the band will continue their Billy Idol: Forever residency at the intimate House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in 2017!
Billy Idol: Forever features material from throughout Idol’s career, from his daysSee More›
April 18, 2015 Saba Hamedy–LA Times
Billy Idol sang his way onto the stage (literally) to talk about his memoir at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on Saturday.
“I’m ready ready ready to discuss rock ‘n’ roll,” Idol sang as he strutted onto the L.A. Times stage at USC. “Hopefully I don’t really need an introduction.”
It’s true, he really didn’t need an intro: Crowds of book festival attendees arrived at the stage area early to save seats. Others packed the surrounding grassy area, standing to get a better view of the 1980s British rocker. “Bookchella,” indeed.
The lively musician, who still sports his iconic spiked bleached hair look, pumped up attendees withSee More›
Billy Idol and Steve Stevens performed a rare acoustic club gig at The Turf Club on January 19 in St. Paul, MN in front of 350 lucky fans to celebrate 89.3FM The Current’s 10th Anniversary. Watch the video of Billy’s interview with The Current’s Mary Lucia below along with live clips from the intimate performance.See More›
In this brand new video, Billy Idol discusses the DIY roots of the punk rock movement, the early days of MTV, and why writing his New York Times bestselling autobiography, Dancing With Myself, was more exhilarating than taking drugs. You can watch theSee More›
Billy Idol recently sat down with CBS’s Tracy Smith to discuss his autobiography Dancing With Myself and more at Electric Lady Studios in New York City’s Greenwich Village, the legendary recording studio built by Jimi Hendrix where Billy’s iconic, multi-platinum album Rebel Yell was recorded in 1983. Watch the segment featuring BillySee More›
With his first new album in nearly a decade coming up fast, Billy Idol is giving fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the recording process for Kings & Queens of the Underground.
“It’s my life put into words,” Idol says of the upcoming album, out October 21. “A lot of it is bouncing off my autobiography, which I’ve been writing as I’ve been making this record… It’s got quite confessional lyrics. ‘I sold all my vinyl, it went up my arm.’ That was heavy in those days, when you’d sellSee More›
Billy Idol recently visited Dennis Morris’ “The Bollocks”, a photo exhibit of the iconic photographer’s work highlighting the musical revolution sparked by the Sex Pistols in 1977. Billy Idol was famously one of the band’s first fans as part of the “Bromley Contingent” with other future punk icons Siouxsie Sioux and Steve Severin of the Banshees. Billy spoke with Revolt TV at the opening of the exhibit on his early experiences following the Sex Pistols, a subject covered in his forthcoming autobiography Dancing With Myself (October 7, 2014 via Touchstone).
In the interview with Revolt TV, Billy says, “England was severely depressed. There was nothing really, nothing for anybody. ‘No future, no future for you,’ as Johnny sang in “God Save The Queen.” We really took that to heart, we really believed it. And we thought, if thereSee More›