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Hucknall

(hŭk`nəl) or

Hucknall Torkard,

town (1991 pop. 28,592), Nottinghamshire, central England. It has coal mines and manufactures hosiery. George ByronByron, George Gordon Noel Byron, 6th Baron
, 1788–1824, English poet and satirist. Early Life and Works

He was the son of Capt. John ("Mad Jack") Byron and his second wife, Catherine Gordon of Gight.
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 is buried in the parish church.
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SIMPLY Red, Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Mick Hucknall held back the years as Simply Red's 25 Years of Stars tour arrived in Newcastle.
REVIEW SIMPLY RED Genting Arena HHHHI IT'S hard to believe that, almost six years ago, Simply Red were playing their grand farewell to fans across the country in what was described by Mick Hucknall as their final tour.
With an exceptional band in support it was certainly a night of pure nostalgia with Hucknall the focal point and leading from the front with the crowd mouthing every word.
WITH his curly ginger hair and his diamond-studded tooth, singer Mick Hucknall had one of the most recognisable faces in pop.
I like an anniversary, and this is a big one," Mick Hucknall says.
SINGER Mick Hucknall is bringing Simply Red back to life for a world tour.
Well, last night's Premier League performance from Mick Hucknall showed the singer is still very much at the top of his game.
Hucknall came back into the game and Nathan Watson picked up the ball just inside the box, swivelled and fired low into the corner to give them the lead.
Image Wealthy soul man Best Known for Being Simply Red Early Life Michael James Hucknall was born on June 8, 1960, in Denton, Manchester.
Player-manager Dave Challinor challenged his squad to deliver an Easter double and they didn't fail him in this first testing hurdle against a Hucknall side equally desperate for points to ease their worsening relegation plight.
Melbourne, Dec 3 (ANI): British singer Mick Hucknall has in an interview revealed he had a "three-a-day" sex habit, as he bedded 1000-odd groupies in the '80s.
It's also been exactly two-and-a -half decades since the group started out, so Mick Hucknall promised "25 years of songs" before they departed the stage.