Singer Shirley Manson has been talking up the band’s outsider status but it’s always existed more in their minds than anyone else’s.
The lead singer of rock group Garbage has been named as patron of an HIV charity.
Shirley Manson said she was delighted to be identified with Waverley Care, the largest HIV charity in Scotland. Читать далее
Taylor Momsen has said that one of her favourite female rockers is Shirley Manson.
The Pretty Reckless singer revealed that despite being more inspired by male musicians, the Garbage frontwoman made a lasting impression on her as a young girl. Читать далее
Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson has become a mentor to teenage singer Sky Ferreira after they collaborated together on a new track. Читать далее
Garbage star Shirley Manson has hit out at the public’s obsession with Madonna’s ageing process. Читать далее
What’s your favourite Shirley Manson story? The one about the Garbage frontwoman revealing her love for her new orange guitar because it was «the colour of my fanny»? The incident in which she pooed in a boyfriend’s cornflakes because he had annoyed her? Or the time when she abruptly hacked off her signature ginger hair? Читать далее
Shirley Manson has taken to miming. With her shock of crimson hair pulled into a bun, she declares in a proud brogue, «This is how I used to operate in the world.» She braces against an imaginary wall and shoves, to no avail. «Now, I’m like this.» She slowly pushes the wall six inches, beaming. «Forty-five years old ain’t so bad!» Читать далее
Rocker Shirley Manson has blamed Garbage’s absence from music on the band’s former label, insisting the group fell out when record bosses walked away from them. Читать далее
The alternative rock band Garbage has sold millions of records, notched multiple Grammy nods, and recorded a decent Bond theme (“The World Is Not Enough”). By the end of the 90s, lead singer Shirley Manson was a big enough icon to be stunt cast in a Terminator TV spinoff. Читать далее
‘We’re not gonna work with people who suck anymore,’ says Butch Vig
Maybe it’s the fact that during the six years since Garbage’s last album, the highly underrated Bleed Like Me, Butch Vig has been spending a lot of time just being a father, but he boils down the band’s new philosophy to something even a young child can understand: “We’re not gonna work with people who suck anymore,” he tells Rolling Stone.
Told of the new creed in a separate interview, frontwoman Shirley Manson cracks up. Читать далее