Paul Louis Hardcastle is a British composer, musician, producer, songwriter, radio presenter and multi-instrumentalist.He is best known for his song "19", which went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1985.
"19" is a song by British musician Paul Hardcastle released as the first single from his self-titled third studio album Paul Hardcastle (1985). The song has a strong anti-war message, focusing on America's involvement in the Vietnam War and the effect it had on the soldiers who served.
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Born in Kensington in London in 1957, he is the son of Joyce (néeEverett, 1930–1991) and Louis Hardcastle (1915–2000). Hardcastle achieved some success with his early singles, including the 1984 electro-funk/freestyle/instrumental track, "Rain Forest", which along with the track "Sound Chaser", reached number two on the dance chart. "Rain Forest" also hit number five on the soul chart and number fifty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. Hardcastle is best known for the 1985 single "19", which went to No.1 in the UK (for five weeks), a number of other countries worldwide, and reached number 15 in the US Pop Charts and number 1 in the US Dance and Club charts. The follow-up single to "19" was "Just For Money", which reached No. 19 in the UK. It also charted in several other European countries. In 1986, Hardcastle released a remix to "One Wish" by Hiroshima. In the same year, Hardcastle's "The Wizard" was adopted as the theme tune for the BBC's Top...
Hardcastle married Dolores Baker in 1985, and they have three children, including Maxine (born April 1986) and Paul Jr. (born August 1990). Their son Ritchie Max Hardcastle (born 1997) is Chairman of the Romford Young Conservatives.
"Don't Waste My Time" is a song by British musician Paul Hardcastle, released as the third and final single from his 1985 self-titled album. The song features lead vocals by Carol Kenyon . It was a top 20 hit in at least six countries, including the UK where it peaked at No. 8 in early 1986.
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"The Wizard" is a song by British musician Paul Hardcastle, best known as the theme tune for the BBC's weekly music chart show Top of the Pops, which was used from 3 April 1986 to 26 September 1991. Later in 1986, the song was released as a single and charted at No. 15 in the UK charts, leading to Hardcastle also perform
Paul Hardcastle, född 10 december 1957 i London, England, är en brittisk musiker och kompositör. Biografi. Hardcastle fick i maj 1985 en megahit med låten 19 ...
Paul Hardcastle (s.10. joulukuuta 1957 Lontoo) on brittiläinen elektronista musiikkia esittävä muusikko. Yksi hänen tunnetuimmista kappaleistaan on ”19” (”Nineteen”), joka kertoo Vietnamin sodasta.
Helen Rogers (born in 1962) is a British singer/songwriter who has been active since 1978. She has been featured vocalist with Brit funk bands Direct Drive and 7th Heaven. She has also been a session singer for Paul Hardcastle.
ポール・ハードキャッスル Paul Hardcastle; 生誕 1957年 12月10日（62歳）出身地: オールダーショット, United Kingdom: ジャンル: シンセポップ, フリースタイル, エレクトロニカ, アンビエント, エレクトロ・ハウス, ブレイクステップ, スムーズジャズ