Mickie Most (born June 20, 1938, Aldershot, Hampshire, England – died May 30, 2003, London, England) was a record producer, songwriter, arranger and singer. In 1969, he founded Records. The label had a lot of success with many different artists during the 1970's and 1980's, and was eventually bought by in the late 1980’s. Father of . After Michael Peter Hayes changed his name to Mickie Most in 1959, he traveled to South Africa with his wife Christina, started a singing career and formed the pop group, Mickie Most And His Playboys with founding members Mickie Most (guitar & vocalist), George Hill (drums), Colin Teasdale (lead guitar), Brian Thomas] ( bass guitar), Tony Crossland (drums) and Eddie Payne (drums). The band scored 11 consecutive No. 1 singles there, mostly with cover versions of Ray Peterson, <a... Read More|
... href="https://www.musicstack.com/discography/gene+vincent" class=t>Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran songs. After spending 3 years in South Africa he returned to London in 1962.