Most, brother of the late RAK founder Mickie, promoted artists such as Hot Chocolate and Suzi Quatro for records and publishing at a time when RAK was one of the leaders of the UK music industry with successful record, publishing and studio operations.
Its record division had a roster including Quatro, Hot Chocolate, Mud, Smokie, Kenny and, in the early 1980s, Kim Wilde, while the publishing company run by Dave Most looked after many of the songs recorded by those ...
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