Franz Ferdinand Band is a legendary Irish band with an incredible musical history.
The band started out as a solo act, and is now a one-man band.
Franz is also a writer, a father of four and the grandson of one of the most famous and revered rock musicians in the world, Bob Dylan.
He is the author of the new book, ‘Grateful’ which is a collection of interviews with musicians and other cultural luminaries.
Franz’s book also includes interviews with his son, brother, uncle, nephews, close friends, fellow musicians and musicians from the past and present.
I caught up with Franz to find out more about the book, and how his son is helping him write it.
How did you first become involved with the Franks?
I was about seven when my father died, and I remember when he died, the first thing I did was get a book signed by the family and put it on the bookshelf.
I remember thinking that’s what we were doing here, I’m going to have to do something to support them.
I also remember thinking how much I’d missed my dad, and it was so hard for me to leave the house, and to go to school.
I thought that was my dad’s final wish.
I was a really big fan of music, but when I was six I was very young, so I started to listen to a lot of music.
I was listening to Pink Floyd and The Doors, and when I got older I really started to really get into the music.
But when I started writing my first book I wasn’t very keen on it.
I wanted to write music that I could sing to my own music, so that’s how the book came about.
Why did you decide to write a book about the Franches?
I just knew that I wanted a book.
I didn’t know what I wanted it to be about, but I thought I wanted something for people to read.
I know that’s very hard to do, but what I wrote in the book is my personal story, and the book comes from the perspective of the people who’ve been involved with it.
I didn’t think it would be as good as the book that I wrote, but it has changed my life in some ways.
I’ve been able to have more confidence in myself, which has made me more successful in my career and in my life.
I just wanted people to know about my father, and that’s the book I wanted, and for me it’s a way to make money and make a living.
What is it about the band that appeals to you?
The band has such an incredible legacy.
I mean, they’ve been around for decades, they are one of Ireland’s most successful bands, and they have such a huge fanbase.
So they’re an institution, but they are also a very small group.
They’ve never had a really great songwriter, and you just think, ‘Wow, this guy is really good, he knows how to write songs.’
What struck me most about their music was that they are really hardworking people, and there’s a sense of pride and a sense that they’re a family, and people don’t take them for granted.
The first album was really important for me, because I wanted that to be the band’s final album, and in the end it’s been the last one.
The last album is so different from the first one because there’s so much more focus on the guitar.
I love the guitar, but sometimes I have trouble writing songs that I want to play live, so the guitars have become less important.
But that’s okay, I’ll be around for the next album, which will be another record, and we’ll see where it takes us.
I don’t know where we’re going to go from here, but at least I know I can be happy.
What are some of your favourite bands?
I love The Beatles.
I’m a Beatles fan, and of course, I love The Smiths.
I like The Rolling Stones, and my favourite is The Who.
I just love all the bands that I’ve heard, and every band that I listen to I’m very fond of.
I think the band Franz was one of my favourite bands.
What was it like writing that book?
I have to say I wasn´t really expecting to write this book, because it was a bit different from my writing.
I had been writing books for years, and writing a book has been a very different experience for me.
But it was quite interesting because I had to think about what the book would be, and what it would say about the people that have been involved in the band.
I wasnít really trying to make a political statement about anything.
It was a way for me not to get sucked into the politics of the band, but to try and write a more honest and