Pattie Boyd

Pattie Boyd

Author

Pattie Boyd is an English model and photographer, and the former wife of both George Harrison and Eric Clapton.

The inspiration for Something, Layla and Wonderful Tonight, Pattie recounts her past as a rock ‘n’ roll muse in her fascinating autobiography Wonderful Tonight, published in 2007.

Publications

Pattie Boyd @thepattieboyd

In my last post I meant to send all of the Genesis band and crew very best wishes following this week's news of a Covid outbreak. I was due to go to the O2 for one of the shows - fingers crossed that they can rearrange it when all are well.

Hi All, Episode 3 of the Cocktails with Pattie podcast series is live today. It features my good friend Mike Rutherford who dropped-by to have a chat and enjoy a Margarita (or two).
We talk polo, cricket and many things @genesis_band related Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHTyJQsKVmw

I haven't posted any vintage magazine cuttings for a while, so here we go! I know how much you like seeing them. This time, thanks go to Azriel from New York who kindly sent them in recently.

Remembering John today
@johnlennon

Hi All, Episode 2 of my Cocktails with Pattie podcast season has landed today. This week, my guest is my very good friend, Nick Cook, with whom I share a Dry Martini and talk about George, Eric, F1 legend Nikki Lauda and much more!
http://www.pattiespodcast.co.uk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0flKjaYV0PQ

Just a quick update to let you know that we've added the 'Cocktails with Pattie' podcast with Gary Brooker onto my official YouTube channel. You can view it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulaDF_iGtL4&list=PL9qHEsKopTnDC-rpreEy72wvXOrauTWhx
Please don't forget to subscribe to the channel as we'll be posting more items very soon Thx!

A new season of Pattie's Podcast is ready and the first episode is available TODAY! In 'Cocktails with Pattie' I'll be sharing cocktails and chatting with some of my dearest friends. We start with the wonderful Gary Brooker - it was so much fun. Enjoy! http://www.pattiespodcast.co.uk

What a lovely picture Paul has posted today x

I had a wonderful day out at The Goodwood Revival yesterday. It had a 1940s theme. Here's yours truly with the lovely Nicky Clarke and equally lovely Hugh Bonneville.
@goodwoodrevival

I've decided that its time to start using my official YouTube channel which has been dormant for ages. I never really got to grips with it, but I shall do now! The link is below, so please subscribe to it and look out for brand new postings
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIVjFDMu3_tjG8zBvY01hKA
Thanks, all! x

Its been glorious hot weather this week in Southern England - here's Freddie standing guard while I cooled-off in the pool the other day.

Yes! Its a bit gloomy in the South of England, right now!

I knew Charlie for over 55 years. Its so sad to lose such a wonderful, talented musician. An elegant man and an elegant dresser. Bless You, Charlie x

Nowadays, everyone takes pics at gigs on their mobile devices, but back in the day, it was much more difficult. So I'm glad to share these shots of George & Eric (Oh, and Paul) as there's not that many of them around taken from the crowd from those days.📸 Joanne Ratner thank you

As a follow-on from the last NYC Aug '71 pic, here are a couple of other pics taken by fans waiting outside our hotel. I'm with Terry Doran in the first pic and the second is of @NeilDiamond who was in the same hotel, I believe!

Sending love to Charlie for a speedy recovery and safe return to the drum-stool x

It was remiss of me not to mark the 50th anniversary of the Concerts for Bangladesh on Sunday. An Indian astrologer helped George to pick the date of 1 August as the most favourable day to make a major impact.
This great 'crowd shot' was taken in MSG on the day by Joanne Ratner

Greetings from a breezy Goodwood! Enjoying a day at the races. Hope you're all well out there in Twitter world x

This was a busy time - I think about a week later, we flew out to LA ,,,,, Blue Jay Way etc.

You seem to love the old magazine postings ,,,,, so here's another! (thanks, Debra)