Wilko Live at KOKO


On the evenings of March 6 and 10, 2013, Koko in London’s Camden Town opened its doors to 1,500 music fans who knew they were about to witness an extraordinary event. The venue – known as the Music Machine in the punk days and the Camden Palace in the ’80s and ’90s – has down the years seen many legends play its stage, from Ellen Terry the Victorian actress, to The Goons who recorded some of their BBC shows there, to The Clash, Madonna, Prince and many more. But this week the honour was reserved for a man with a special place in the hearts of lovers of raw, honest, exhilarating rock’n’roll music: Wilko Johnson.

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Little, Brown Acquires New Wilko Johnson Book!

Exciting news! Wilko Johnson will be writing a new book about his incredible journey over the past few years, titled ‘Don’t You Leave Me Here’. The new book will be published by major publisher Little, Brown in 2016.

The book follows the coffee-table memoir ‘Wilko Johnson – Looking Back At Me’, co-authored and collated with acclaimed rock biographer Zoë Howe, which was published by Cadiz Music in 2012.