Gary Kemp Quotes & Sayings (Page 3)

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Gary Kemp quotes and sayings page 3 (62 year old musician). These are the last 10 out of 30 quotes we have for him.

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“Pop music should be about young people.”
Gary Kemp Quotes
“The thought of going on tour with people like Toyah Wilcox is just appalling. I'm certainly not tempted.”
Gary Kemp Quotes
“We were on the cover of Women's Wear Daily, which was hardly rock 'n' roll, but it pleased me.”
“I certainly wasn't a fan of Thatcher's politics. People liked to label us as children of Thatcher. What nonsense. The real children of Thatcher came in the 1990s, and had no interest in politics. The Oasis, Britpop scene.”
“Punk was sort of an angry stance against things that had happened just before, against the pop of glam rock, against progressive rock. Music had become very staid and it was about the playing and people obsessed. Eric Clapton was God and we needed an enema within the art form, and punk did do that.”
“I have a terrible fear of travel. Just before we go, I start to panic and tell my wife I don't want to go. It's ridiculous. But actually it's only when it's somewhere I've not been to before.”
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“It's a shame because we experienced probably the greatest thing - in art, in pop - we'll ever do. And it would be good to sit around and talk about it.”
“Maybe I've got to admit that what I did here was enough. I can make some more films. Maybe I'll direct a film. Maybe I'll have my musical put on stage. But nothing, really, to be absolutely honest, competes with making a very successful pop band for 10 years of my life.”
Gary Kemp Quotes
“My brother Martin is two years younger than me. There has never been any competition between us - clearly he was the good-looking one; he was also very sporty, and I am not a football player.”
“My father had inklings of my cultural aspirations. He would take me to the library, things like that. But he wasn't one of those dads who had read George Orwell and was a member of the Communist party. We had no books at home.”

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