The London-born American music mogul’s new book, ‘Two Steps Forward, One Step Back’ is out now.
Guided by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, the best Squeeze songs amoount to one of the most covetable catalogues in British pop music.
Squeeze will be supporting the Nutty Boys, with the shows kicking off in Dublin on November 29.
The song was most singles buyers' introduction to Difford and Tilbrook's twin-octave split vocals, Glenn’s superb ear for melody and Chris’ razor-sharp lyrics.
The book is being created via a Kickstarter campaign by the band's mid-1970s co-manager Lawrence Impey.
Other stars set to perform include Beverley Knight, KC & The Sunshine Band, Amadou & Mariam and The Blind Boys Of Alabama.
Erykah Badu’s soulful rendition of Squeeze’s 1981 hit ‘Tempted’ recorded exclusively for a Record Store Day release is now on streaming services.
The shows come before the guitar hero's return to his beloved Royal Albert Hall in London.
During the tour, the band will play their extensive list of hits as well as some rare, lesser known gems from their back catalogue and solo careers.
The “super console” was constructed by Elvis Costello and Chris Difford after consultation with Dick Swettenham, formerly of Abbey Road and Olympic Studios.
UK stars will come together at the 02 Academy in London on 16 March at a Men United event for Prostate Cancer UK, in memory of musician Matt Irving.
Squeeze celebrated the success of their new Cradle To The Grave album in style as their current tour arrived at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Much-loved south London pop favourites Squeeze will return with ‘Cradle To The Grave,’ their 14th studio album, on October 2 on Virgin EMI.