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Esquire is a men's magazine, published in the U.S. since 1932.

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger

Interview by Robin Eggar, Esquire, 1995

IN THE UPSTAIRS room in Henry's Wine Bar wine bar overlooking the River Thames a French TV crew are lathering themselves into over excitement. Mick ...

Oasis: Liam Gallagher: The Man Behind The Myth

Profile and Interview by Paul Mathur, Esquire, February 1997

To the tabloids he's "The Wildman of Pop'. Or "Boozy Liam". Or "Lout Liam". He's the one who drinks and swears and hits journalists. But ...

Charlie Watts, The Rolling Stones: Charlie Watts: The Esquire Interview

Interview by Robin Eggar, Esquire, June 1998

Emotional rescueI'VE MADE more of a mess of my Toronto hotel room in 30 minutes than Charlie Watts has after three weeks in his suite. ...

Jamiroquai: Jay Kay: The Esquire Interview

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Esquire, 2001

THERE ARE DOGS and there are dogs. The two German Shepherds growling and baring teeth on the drive of Jay Kay's Buckinghamshire estate, are the ...

The Beautiful South: A Drink With… Paul Heaton

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Esquire, January 2002

BEAUTIFUL SOUTH singer Paul Heaton, is an unlikely popstar. He never wanted fame, riches or to sing, and formed his first band, the Housemartins with ...

Busta Rhymes: A Drink With Busta Rhymes

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Esquire, 2003

ESQUIRE: What's your poison? ...

Dierks Bentley: How Dierks Bentley Became Country Music's Most Relatable Star

Profile and Interview by Maura Johnston, Esquire, August 2016

IT'S A SULTRY August afternoon at the St. Louis record mecca Vintage Vinyl, and in the back of the shop amidst carrels of LPs, Dierks ...

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