BP Fallon

BP Fallon has long been a legendary figure in rock'n'roll and has put his unique stamp on the history of popular music from his work as publicist and media consultant to Led Zeppelin and T.Rex, working for The Beatles at Apple Records and joining U2 on their groundbreaking Zoo TV Tour with the credentials 'Guru, Viber & DJ'.

Fallon's 'Fame No. 9' and the rock'n'roll song 'I Believe In Elvis Presley' were produced by Jack White. He has released two albums and had a Record Store Day hit with his collaboration with David Holmes, the song 'Henry McCullough' with Noel Gallagher on guitar. Also with Holmes, Fallon has a song on the soundtrack of the hit BBC TV drama Killing Eve.

Ep 750: Little Richard - An Appreciation

BP Fallon talks to Eamon.

Ep 465: Bob Dylan - like nobody else

BP Fallon talks to Eamon.

Ep 456: The Beatles - the band that changed the world

Rock 'n' Roll Adventurer BP Fallon talks to Eamon.

Ep 209: BP Fallon on Aretha Franklin

Eamon is joined by BP Fallon to discuss the life, times and music of Aretha Franklin after the Queen of Soul passed away this week at the age of 76.

Ep 158: BP Fallon on The Rolling Stones and Big Tom

The Rolling Stones are coming to Dublin, and in studio to discuss their work, their life, their enduring legacy and their continued presence on the road is BP Fallon, who knows the band well. Will he be going? Listen to find out.

Ep 61: Lennon to Bowie, Bono to Dylan - BP Fallon on his life in rock n' roll

BP Fallon's career has been vast: he's DJed since he was 17; as a music publicist he worked with Led Zepplin and T.Rex; as a photographer he's captured Iggy Pop and Emmy Lou Harris; as a musician he's performed with U2 and he currently performs with his own band BP Fallon and the Bandits. The 'rock'n'roll renaissance man' joins Eamon to talk about his life's work to date.