Simply red. Simply Red

Mick Hucknall

Simply red

He is of Irish ancestry from his mother, whose father was from , along with his paternal grandmother. He co-owns Ask Property Development, a company that constructs city squares and public buildings. He was brought up in by his father, Reginald 1935—2009 , a barber in. In October 2011, he was awarded with a Gold Badge award in recognition of his contribution to music. Hucknall and De Margary are keen fishermen, and operate a fishing and hunting tourism business from the estate. Subsequent releases included in 2003, a mixture of original songs and covers; in 2005, mainly an album of stripped-down versions of their hit songs; and , which was the band's tenth studio album released in 2007.

Next

Men and Women (album)

Simply red

Their 1991 classic Stars was the best-selling album for two years running in Britain and Europe. The band followed this up with heavy in 1998 and in 1999. Hucknall achieved international fame in the 1980s as the lead singer and songwriter of the soul-influenced pop band , with whom he enjoyed a 25-year career and sold over 50 million albums. Hucknall has been the songwriter and bandleader since the beginning in 1985. As of a 2008 interview, he had only seen her twice since she left.

Next

Greatest Hits

Simply red

Hucknall and Wesberry married in 2010, at the 16th-century in , , Scotland. As lead singer and core member of Simply Red, he became the identifiable face of the band. However, Hucknall later said in 2008 that his conscience prevented him from donating to the party again because of the war, although he would still vote for them. Subscribe now to see new chapters every week! Hucknall in 2010 Hucknall was among the people present at the in Manchester in June 1976 where the were playing. This series shows the highlights from the Simply Red music video and live footage archives, telling the story of their epic journey from Holding Back The Years to Blue Eyed Soul.

Next

Mick Hucknall

Simply red

The Story Of Simply Red - This video is part 1 of the Simply Red Story. Hucknall is also one of the founders and financial backers of the reggae label. In 2008, he released his first solo album , a tribute to the musician. In March 2014, Hucknall settled the hunting and fishing rights lawsuit, ongoing for 5 years, with a neighbour in Ireland. In October 2012, he released American Soul, a collection of his favourite music re-recorded with his vocals. Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique. He also manages the record label simplyred.

Next

Greatest Hits

Simply red

His maternal grandmother was Jewish. In October 2009, Hucknall appeared at a charity performance as vocalist for a re-formed version of , replacing. In 1997, he declared his support for the Labour Party at that year's — which it won by a landslide under the leadership of to return to government after 18 years in opposition. Their debut album, , was also released in 1985. Hucknall has said that derogatory references to his are a form of.

Next

Simply Red discography

Simply red

He attended , before continuing his education at and 's , where he was a fine art student: whilst at art school he lived in. As the case opened in 2009, Judge O'Hagan had instructed both sides to go away and talk about reaching an agreement or else it would drag on for years. In 1998, Hucknall was named in a list of those who donated more than £5,000 to the party. . His face and long curly red hair were featured prominently on album artwork and in videos. Their second album, was released in 1987. His interest in the music scene led to the launch of his career in the late 1970s, when he was part of the band Frantic Elevators.

Next

Simply Red discography

Simply red

Politics Hucknall is active in politics and was a prominent celebrity supporter of the. Mick Hucknall announced his intention to split the band in 2010; following which the band embarked on a farewell tour which commenced during 2009 and 2010. Personal life Hucknall and his partner, Gabriella Wesberry, had a daughter, Romy True Hucknall, in June 2007. . .

Next