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Michael Head

Michael Head

Michael Head


1 Michael Head (1961 – ) (born in Kensington, Liverpool) better known as Mick Head. 2 Michael Head (1900 – 1976) was a British composer, pianist, organist and singer. 1 Michael Head (born in Kensington, Liverpool; 28 November 1961) better known as Mick Head, is an English musician,most famous as the lead singer and songwriter for The Pale Fountains, Shack and The Strands.Though neither band achieved mainstream success, they have a strong following Read more on Last.fm
1 Michael Head (1961 – ) (born in Kensington, Liverpool) better known as Mick Head. 2 Michael Head (1900 – 1976) was a British composer, pianist, organist and singer. 1 Michael Head (born in Kensington, Liverpool; 28 November 1961) better known as Mick Head, is an English musician,most famous as the lead singer and songwriter for The Pale Fountains, Shack and The Strands.Though neither band achieved mainstream success, they have a strong following and NME have described him as "a lost genius and among the most gifted British songwriters of his generation". On 20 October 2017 Michael Head released a new album, Adiós Señor Pussycat, using the moniker Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band. It had been 11 years since Michael Head released his last album (Shack’s 'On the Corner of Miles and Gil'). According to Metacritic this album was released to "universal acclaim". 2 Michael Head (28 January 1900 – 24 August 1976) was a British composer, pianist, organist and singer who left some enduring works still popular today. Noted for his association with the Royal Academy of Music, his compositional oeuvre mainly consists of songs, as well as choral works and few larger-scale pieces such as a piano concerto. After the war, Head resumed his studies at the Royal Academy of Music.

He studied composition with Frederick Corder, piano with T B Knott and organ with Reginald Steggall. In addition to the Costa Scholarship, he won several awards for composition, sight singing and harmony. In 1924 Michael Head was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music. Two years later, he took up a post at Bedales School, Petersfield, where he taught for three years. more on wikipedia Read more on Last.fm.

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