10cc.

10cc BiographyAmong the most inventive and influential bands in the history of popular music, 10cc are one of the very few acts to have achieved commercial, critical and creative success in equal measure.

Testament to 10cc's ongoing appeal, the band can count a generation straddling array of fellow artists, everyone from Chrissie Hynde to The Feeling's Dan Gillespie and Axl Rose to Sophie Ellis Bextor, among their many millions of fans. And now a new generation is discovering 10cc for the very first time.

2012 marked the 40th anniversary of the release of 10cc's first single Donna, which reached No.2 in the UK charts and kick-started a remarkable career that has seen the band sell in excess of 30 million albums around the world ...more

Graham Gouldman.

Graham Gouldman BiographyThat loyal little song-bug has stood him in good stead through decades of distinction as one of the UK's most productive and imaginative hitmakers. We're talking very much in the present and future tenses, too, since he continues to write with contemporary hitmakers and see his classics renewing themselves constantly, as with the news that 'For Your Love' and 'Heart Full Of Soul', two of the timeless hits he wrote for the Yardbirds, have lately been part of live sets by the White Stripes.

The headlines of Graham's career may always be his early compositions for the scenesters of the '60s, his crucial role in the super-intelligent '70s pop of 10cc, and his livewire combination with Andrew Gold in Wax during the '80s....more

Rick Fenn.

Rick Fenn Biography Born in Oxford, Rick was plucked for a band called Gentlemen to join 10cc towards the end of 1976, at the launch of the Deceptive Bends album and has been part of the team ever since.

From 1979, he also toured and recorded with Mike Oldfield and with him co-wrote the song Family Man, which become a worldwide hit for Hall & Oates, and won him an ASCAP award for best song in 1984.

In 1985, Rick wrote and recorded his own album Profiles, with Pink Floyd's drummer Nick Mason. The single from the album, Lie for a Lie - sung by Dave Gilmour and featuring Maggie Reilly - was a hit in the USA ...more

Mick Wilson.

Mick Wilson BiographyMick has performed and recorded with artistes such as Lionel Ritchie, Kylie Minogue, Westlife, Cher, Alice Cooper, Alison Moyet, Chris Rea, Donny Osmond, Robin Gibb, Cliff Richard, Lulu and the K.L.F.

He is also a regular member of The SAS Band which play all over the world, with guest performers such as Brian May, Roger Daltrey, Roger Taylor, Kiki Dee and Tony Hadley.

For over 20 years, Mick has had his own recording and production facility, which has been the base for a varied career as a producer and songwriter, as well as composing music for TV and live events, for companies such as Sky, BBC, ITV, Marks & Spencer, McDonalds, BT, Levi's, Toyota, Mercedes, Ford and Mitsubishi ...more

Paul Burgess.

Paul Burgess BiographyPaul met Graham Gouldman in the early days of 10cc when recording at Strawberry Studios and when they planned to start touring asked him to join as an auxillary member, playing drums, percussion and keyboards for what was to become a ten year period. He started recording with them in 1976.

In 1982, he toured throughout America and Canada with Jethro Tull and in 1983 played his final tour with 10cc around the U.K. The '80s became a tour fest with Camel in ('83/'84), Elkie Brooks ('85), Joan Armatrading ('86), Alvin Stardust ('87), Gloria Gaynor ('88) and Icicle Works ('89).

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Mike Stevens.

Mike Stevens BiographyPaul met Graham Gouldman in the early days of 10cc when recording at Strawberry Studios and when they planned to start touring asked him to join as an auxillary member, playing drums, percussion and keyboards for what was to become a ten year period. He started recording with them in 1976.

In 1982, he toured throughout America and Canada with Jethro Tull and in 1983 played his final tour with 10cc around the U.K. The '80s became a tour fest with Camel in ('83/'84), Elkie Brooks ('85), Joan Armatrading ('86), Alvin Stardust ('87), Gloria Gaynor ('88) and Icicle Works ('89).

1990 saw the beginning of a five-year relationship with former Fairport Convention guitarist Jerry Donahue which reached a peak with the Hellecasters. Since then Paul has been working with legendary R&B singer Chris Farlowe, and following a reunion in '99, with Graham and Rick, is pleased to be keeping the music of 10cc alive. ...more