Independent label: Nikki Sudden (Born 19 July 1956 Died 26 March 2006) He was born Adrian Nicholas Godfrey in London, England. Main influences on Sudden's music was provided by such artists as T.Rex, the Rolling Stones, the Faces, Bob Dylan and Johnny Thunders. Following the break-up of Swell Maps in 1980, he started a solo career, as well as releasing records with Dave Kusworth as the Jacobites. Kusworth had been a member of the Dogs D'Amour and led his own band, the Bounty Hunters. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Vocals – Dave Kusworth Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Nikki Sudden Bass, Sitar – Mark Lemon Drums, Organ, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Epic Soundtracks Vocals, Backing Vocals – Slim Cartwright. Sudden also wrote for a number of music magazines, such as Spex, INTRO, Mojo, the local Birmingham based fanzine Waxstreet Dive, and Bucketful of Brains. At the time of his unexpected death, he was writing his autobiography, as well as a history of the Wick (an estate in ichmond once owned by Ronnie Wood, currently owned by Pete Townshend), and was due to perform in London on the 29 March 2006.Nikki Sudden died suddenly from a heart attack, at the age of 49, after a concert at the Knitting Factory in Manhattan, New York.
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