Nik Kershaw

Nik Kershaw takes stock in his career

On Aug. 29, 2001, Nik Kershaw had a heart to heart with his fans. On his Web site, he explained his decision to stop promoting his album, “To Be Frank,” that he was frustrated with being offered only 1980s-related gigs and festivals and that he had decided to “get out

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Nik Kershaw climbs back into the fray after 10 years

It’s February 1984, and in England, there are several emerging artists making names for themselves. Despite being banned by the BBC, Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s controversial “Relax” is atop the Record Retailer/Music Week chart. Paul Weller’s post-Jam project, The Style Council, is going through “My Ever Changing Moods,” Howard Jones

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