UK bassist Mick Paul is perhaps best known for his touring, writing, and production work with King Crimson violinist David Cross, and recent tours of Europe with Mr. Big vocalist Eric Martin. His first big success was with the band The Hotshots, which had a number 7 single, and during the 80's he was produced by Soft Machine's Mike Ratledge and Carl Jenkins. 1987 saw Mick write the labour party campaign song, and in '94 he played bass on a David Hasselhoff single. Mick joined The David Cross band in '95, releasing the album Exiles in '98, and he has since toured Japan and Europe.
Mick Paul has done session work for Littleboots, Aviv Geffin, Snap, Stevie Hoaung, Snap, Warner Brothers, and Sony Records.
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