Rick Huxley… second from right… born August 5 1942, died February 11 2013.
The DC5 was a huge part of the British Invasion in the 60′s… they were so cute!!!
Richard Huxley was born on August 5 1942 at Dartford, Kent (the birthplace a year later of both Mick Jagger and Keith Richards). In 1958, when he was 16, he answered an advertisement for a guitarist in the line-up of a band led by the drummer Dave Clark — at this early stage the group featured Mick Ryan on lead...Read Full Story
Rick Huxley in 1965. —Photo courtesy of Michael Ochs Archive and Getty Images.
Rick Huxley, the bassist for the 1960s British Invasion pop-rock group the Dave Clark Five, has died, the band’s leader said on Tuesday. He was 72.
Huxley died unexpectedly at his home in the English countryside on Monday, Dave Clark told Reuters.
The band scored No. 1 hits on both sides of the Atlantic during its decade-long run from 1960-1970.
“Glad All Over” holds the honor of knocking the Beatles’ “I Want to...Read Full Story
Rick Huxley the bass player and co-founding member of the Sixties pop group the Dave Clark Five has died the BBC reports He was 72 Huxley a heavy smoker had battled emphysema for years though bandleader Dave Clark said the bassist had recently been given a clean bill of health Clark... | rollingstone.comRead Full Story
I just turned on my IPod to listen to some music while I put away my laundry (is there a better feeling then warm laundry?) A random song popped on. This is the gist of this new category. Occasionally I will just post up a song. It could be a song that I like or hate. It could be a song that is stuck in my head or a song that I have not listened to for a while. Basically, if a song is playing and I want to post…I am going to post it. How does that sound?
Well, it is now 1:32 a.m. and I should...Read Full Story