The Aftershow: Mick Hucknall

James Hanley

Simply Red release Blue Eyed Soul, their first studio album in four years, on November 8 via BMG. Here, Mick Hucknall reflects on his punk roots, the mega-selling Stars LP and standing in for Rod Stewart in the Faces...

I started out in the punk band, Frantic Elevators…

“Neil [Moss], who is my oldest friend, was the guitarist. We went to see the Sex Pistols and that changed everything. We started writing through the latter part of ...

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