Sun Daddy

Sun Daddy

If the name Kim Wilde seems familiar, do not cheat yourself. Her father Marty scored a brief but dazzling array of hit singles in the late Fifties, mostly cover-versions. He beat the British imitators of Presley and was the island's main sex symbol, causing almost hysterical teenagers. However, he quickly faded, because of too much time touring, and then getting married. (However, the latter he did not irreparable mistake, because it gave birth to two children, that if it later - as we shall see - a good serve.)
In early Sixties Marty turned towards plays and in the Seventies he spent time doing a variety of jobs in the entertainment industry. Along the way, he tried to devise an English edition of Little Jimmy Osmond with his son Ricky, but it just did not work.
Although she grew up surrounded by music, daughter Kim has always wanted to become a fashion designer, but when she learned that ninety-five percent of all women are clothed by men, she became disappointed and left the childish idea. She decided, of course, to follow in her father's footsteps. As soon as she was old enough, Mickie Most heard and seen, it was clear that he found this vein. Kim is a young, very pleasant to the eye (I hope it will be with the team and P. Lukovic agree), in addition to the talent. Her first single 'Kids in America' is easily reaped huge success on both sides of the Atlantic, but this girl some more are considered Britain's answer to Blondie.
Otherwise, 'Kids in America' is full family thing - Songs written by Dad, and produced by brother. (Zak Bosnjak)
(Kim is really irresistible, in what we Hugo Burnham, drummer Gang of Four, and I'm sure one day in the premises of the EMI. Burnham had a little more success in persuasion. - Kremer)