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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2010) Wayne Hussey Hussey performing in 2004 Background information Birth name Wayne Hussey Born 26 May 1958 (1958-05-26) (age 53) Bristol, England United Kingdom Genres Alternative rock, indie rock Occupations Musician, songwriter, record producer Instruments Vocals, Guitar Years active 1980–present Labels Cleopatra Records, Sony Music Associated acts The Mission, The Sisters of Mercy, Pauline Murray & The Invisible Girls, Dead or Alive, Gossamer Notable instruments Gretsch White Falcon, Fender Starcaster, Fender Stratocaster, Gibson SG Wayne Hussey (born 26 May 1958 in Bristol, England) is a British musician, best known as the lead-singer of The Mission and guitarist with The Sisters of Mercy. Hussey grew up in Bristol. Where he attended the Ridings Comprehensive school In Winterbourne, a small village North of Bristol, There he formed his first band Humph with fellow school friends Kevin Jarvis (Drums),Brian Powell (Guitar) and Jon Ashton (Bass). He was influenced at a young age by Marc Bolan and his band T.Rex, and was thus inspired to become a guitarist. Brought up in the LDS Church, he rebelled against his parents' wishes that he serve as a missionary and moved to Liverpool in the late 1970s to join the scene around Eric's Club, a noted nightclub of the time. Hussey started to perform, most notably with Pauline Murray (later lead vocal with successful punk band Penetration) & The Invisible Girls, which is where he cut his teeth as a songwriter. The first success for Hussey came when he joined Dead or Alive at the request of frontman Pete Burns. After Burns retreated to become more studio-based Hussey decided to leave and was offered a position with The Sisters of Mercy, concentrating on 12-string and 6-string guitars. When the Sisters of Mercy disbanded, Hussey and bassist Craig Adams set up The Mission, recruiting Mick Brown on drums and Simon Hinkler on guitars. Hussey has produced and played on records by stablemates[clarification needed] All About Eve and in the late 1990s provided some re-mixes for the Los Angeles based Cleopatra Records. He also produced, remixed, and appeared on some tracks for the Columbus, Ohio based band Gossamer including the track 'Run' for the first Unquiet Grave compilation by Cleopatra Records. He also produced and played on Brilliant Mistakes by the Greek band Flowers of Romance. He has played live with both Gary Numan and The Cure. Contents 1 Equipment 2 Personal life 3 Discography 3.1 Solo 4 References 5 External links Equipment Hussey currently uses the Line 6 Variax 500 when playing live; he has previously used a Gretsch White Falcon. In the studio he uses both a Fender Telecaster and Fender Starcaster. His signature 12 string setup currently has a Fender Electric, a Vox Teardrop and an Ovation Acoustic. During his time with the Sisters he used an Aria Pro II. Personal life He currently lives in Brazil and is a life-long Liverpool F.C. supporter. After Liverpool's triumph in Istanbul in 2005 Hussey composed a song entitled "Draped in Red".[1] After he wound up The Mission for the second time in early 2009, he released a solo album called Bare in October, 2009 on the Sony Music label, (in Germany, there are four bonus tracks).[2] He continues to tour as a solo artist. In May 2009, Hussey announced on the Mission's website and in an interview on BBC 6 Music that he and Julianne Regan were working together on an album of cover songs, reinterpretations of old material and new songs, and invited fans to suggest songs for the duo to cover. Hussey is currently married to a Brazilian woman, and has two children from a previous marriage. Discography Solo 2009: Bare (Sony Music) References ^ Draped in Red (downloadable link) ^ Wayne Hussy MySpace Blog External links Hussy Wayne Hussey on Myspace v · d · eThe Sisters of Mercy Andrew Eldritch  • Chris Catalyst  • Ben Christo Gary Marx  • Craig Adams  • Ben Gunn  • Wayne Hussey  • Patricia Morrison  • Andreas Bruhn  • Tony James  • Tim Bricheno  • Adam Pearson Studio albums First and Last and Always  • Floodland  • Vision Thing Studio EPs Alice EP  • The Reptile House EP  • Body and Soul Singles The Damage Done • Body Electric  • Alice/Floorshow  • Anaconda  • Temple of Love  • Walk Away  • No Time to Cry  • This Corrosion  • Dominion  • Lucretia My Reflection  • More  • Doctor Jeep  • When You Don't See Me  • Temple Of Love (1992)  • Under the Gun Compilations Some Girls Wander by Mistake  • A Slight Case of Overbombing Videos Wake  • Shot Side projects The Sisterhood  • SSV Related articles Discography  • The Mission  • Ghost Dance  • James Ray  • Merciful Release v · d · eDead or Alive Pete Burns · Steve Coy Wayne Hussey · Tim Lever · Mike Percy · Jason Alburey Studio albums Sophisticated Boom Boom (1984) · Youthquake (1985) · Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know (1987) · Nude (1989) · Fan the Flame (Part 1) (1990) · Nukleopatra (1995) · Fragile (2000) Remix albums Nude (Remixed, Remodelled, Remixed) (1991) · Unbreakable (2001) · 12 Inch Collection (2005) Other albums Rip It Up (1987) · Fan the Flame (Part 2) (1992) · Evolution: The Hits (2003) · That's The Way I Like It: The Best of Dead or Alive (2010) Singles "I'm Falling" · "Number Eleven" · "It's Been Hours Now" · "Stranger" · "Misty Circles" · "What I Want" · "I'd Do Anything" · "That's the Way (I Like It)" · "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" · "Lover Come Back to Me" · "In Too Deep" · "My Heart Goes Bang (Get Me to the Doctor)" · "Brand New Lover" · "Something in My House" · "Hooked on Love" · "I'll Save You All My Kisses" · "Turn Around & Count 2 Ten" · "Come Home with Me Baby" · "Baby Don't Say Goodbye" · "Your Sweetness (Is Your Weakness)" · "Gone 2 Long" · "Unhappy Birthday" · "Rebel Rebel" · "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) 96" · "Sex Drive" · "Hit and Run Lover" · "You Spin Me Round 2003" Related topics Discography · Celebrity Big Brother 2006 (UK) · Celebrity Wife Swap · Epic Records Persondata Name Hussey, Wayne Alternative names Short description Date of birth 26 May 1958 Place of birth Date of death Place of death