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Billy Currie

Billy Currie
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England
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William Lee Currie (orn 1 April 1950, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England) was an original member of Ultravox (keyboard player and violinist) and Visage who continued to release under the Ultravox name after the other group members had left. He continued to pursue solo career until Ultravox reformed for live performances and recording a new album.
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http://billycurrie.com
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Releases on file (3)
Billy Currie — Still Movement Billy Currie — Still Movement
(Puzzle PZLCD109, 2004, CD)
Billy Currie — Push Billy Currie — Push
(Puzzle/Arena Music PZLCD108, 2002, CD)
Billy Currie — Stand up and Walk Billy Currie — Stand up and Walk
(Puzzle PZLCD102, 1991/2001, CD)

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