"At the age of seventy-eight Max Boyce has become a cultural icon. He has been a cultural phenomenon since his career took off with his surprise-hit, best-selling Album Live at Treorchy in 1973. It was a moment for which his particular genius was made: an instance of historical triumph poised between the successful miners’ strikes of 1972 and 1974 whose significance, the first national victories since 1912, he understood in his bones."
Dai Smith reflects on the life and career of Max Boyce for Wales Arts Review. You can read the full article here. Information on Max's book signing tour, taking place NOW, is on our website.