Best Vocalist of the Punk Era, your Favourite.

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It was always the female vocalists that impressed me. Lena Lovich, Poly Styrene, Debbie Harry, Toyah, Siouxie Sioux, Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson.
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Jon the Impaler wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 09:34
StanInBlack wrote: 01 Jan 2022, 17:37
Greatkudu wrote: 31 Dec 2021, 10:23 Hugh sacked Chris, but he's much happier now with Kirk and TOH.Lt Kudu.
Hugh doesn't "sack" anybody. Nobody who works with Hugh is assured of a permanent role in his backing group, and they're aware of this fact. Hugh either choose to work with somebody or he doesn't.
We have agency workers at our place , they sometimes have short contracts that may not be renewed, the company doesn't want them any more , so the company in essence is choosing not to employ any more . To me it adds up to the same thing........bye bye . Maybe if it's a project and Hugh works with someone to that end then it's slightly different.
Well let's just say Chris would never want to work with Hugh again, I won't say more as it was a personal conversation but Chris having a great time with Kirk and TOH a much happier gig.Lt Kudu.
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Greatkudu wrote:
Jon the Impaler wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 09:34
StanInBlack wrote: 01 Jan 2022, 17:37 Hugh doesn't "sack" anybody. Nobody who works with Hugh is assured of a permanent role in his backing group, and they're aware of this fact. Hugh either choose to work with somebody or he doesn't.
We have agency workers at our place , they sometimes have short contracts that may not be renewed, the company doesn't want them any more , so the company in essence is choosing not to employ any more . To me it adds up to the same thing........bye bye . Maybe if it's a project and Hugh works with someone to that end then it's slightly different.
Well let's just say Chris would never want to work with Hugh again, I won't say more as it was a personal conversation but Chris having a great time with Kirk and TOH a much happier gig.Lt Kudu.
Chris seemed pretty happy with Hugh in the years he performed with him. I wouldn't let it concern you Kudu.


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Re: Best Vocalist of the Punk Era, your Favourite.

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theraven1979 wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 20:53
Greatkudu wrote:
Jon the Impaler wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 09:34

We have agency workers at our place , they sometimes have short contracts that may not be renewed, the company doesn't want them any more , so the company in essence is choosing not to employ any more . To me it adds up to the same thing........bye bye . Maybe if it's a project and Hugh works with someone to that end then it's slightly different.
Well let's just say Chris would never want to work with Hugh again, I won't say more as it was a personal conversation but Chris having a great time with Kirk and TOH a much happier gig.Lt Kudu.
Chris seemed pretty happy with Hugh in the years he performed with him. I wouldn't let it concern you Kudu.


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Jim it doesn't concern me but it was a personal conversation I had with Chris so wont say more.Lt Kudu.
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