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Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

Here are some interesting, slightly random, semi-amusing and not to mention far reaching facts from around the world…

Pre TCB (before 2005):

  • My Grandfather was born in 7 Denmark Street, London, the first home of The Sex Pistols
  • Took Samantha Fox to Tokyo to sell over a million records
  • Signed Manchester’s Stone Roses to their first major record deal
  • Signed Daft Punk in Paris to their first world-wide music publishing deal
  • Lunched with Al Green and Willie Mitchell in Memphis
  • Recorded backing vocals with The Temptations and Four Tops in Las Vegas
  • Produced Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny Devito for the “When The Going Get Tough” video in Brixton
  • Signed Womack & Womack in London
  • Took Ronan Keating to Nashville to work with writers on his debut solo album
  • Brought Cher, Russell Simons & Rick Rubin to Willesden, North West London
  • Made records for Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and The Backstreet Boys

Post TCB (after 2005):

  • Took Bryan Ferry to New York to work with The Scissor Sisters
  • Winning the Classical Brit award Album Of The Year with classical boy band Blake at London’s Royal Albert Hall
  • Took Diversity to 10 Downing Street to become the first artists to actually perform on Downing Street
  • Took Shaheen to the Michael Jackson funeral in Los Angeles to perform in front of a global TV audience of billions
  • Instrumental in Roxy Music reforming and headlining at Live 8 in Berlin and headlining the Isle of Wight Festival
  • Produced the first ballet performances at the O2 Arena in London starring Darcey Bussell in ‘Viva La Diva’
  • Produced an iconic album for the even more iconic Sir Bruce Forsyth in London which included a duet with the legendary Nat “King” Cole
  • Stood on the roof of The Olympic Stadium in London with Darcey Bussell in preparation for her appearance at the Closing Ceremony of 2012 Olympics