Gary Kemp, Guy Pratt and their legendary musician guests are ‘The Rockonteurs’ a new podcast created and produced by broadcaster Ben Jones for Want Some Media.
The series is a fascinating collection of anecdotes and stories from the music industry, Gary & Guy’s guests in the first series include Sir Bob Geldof, Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera, Trevor Horn, Chris Difford of Squeeze and their other Saucerful Of Secrets band mate, Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason.
With decades of musical experience between them, Gary & Guy are the perfect hosts for The Rockonteurs, their knowledge and passion draws the best out of their guests who without fail reveal stories that have hitherto been unheard.
The Rockonteurs is a must for any music and is available globally on Spotify, Apple and other streaming platforms, the series is already a hit series, going to No.2 in the podcast charts and has been receiving rave reviews across social media.
Presented by Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt.
Series created and produced by Ben Jones for Want Some Media
Distributed by Warner Music Group
Gary Kemp is a singer, songwriter, musician and actor best known as the songwriter and guitarist for Spandau Ballet. Writing classic such as True, Gold, Through The Barricades and many more. He is also a renowned actor starring in The Krays with is brother Martin, The Bodyguard, the cult classic Killing Zoe and many more. He has most recently been seen in the West End working with acclaimed director Jamie Lloyd and in the hit BBC2 satire The Kemps All True again with his brother Martin. Gary is also a member of Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets and is working on a solo project for 2021.
Guy Pratt is a bassist, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, comedian and actor. Guy who has worked with the likes of Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Madonna, Roxy Music, The Smiths, Michael Jackson, Iggy Pop, Tom Jones, Madonna, Bryan Ferry, Johnny Marr and many more. Guy along with Gary is a member of Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets and he has most recently been sharing stories about the artists he’s worked with on his YouTube channel under the name Lockdown Lick and explaining how he played the bass lines on some of the most famous records of the past thirty years.