Paul Young – Everytime you go away
Paul Antony Young 3 4 ( Luton , Bedfordshire , England , January 17 , 1956 ) was a British musician, singer and songwriter pop rock and roll.
His first big hit came with the 1985 song Everytime You Go Away , which was originally written by Daryl Hall, as a duet with the Italian singer Zucchero In 1991 he sang the pop-ballad Senza una donna (Without a woman) , which was also a hit.
In 1992, he participated in one of the punk gigs at the New Mod (London) at the Freddie Mercury Tribute along with the remaining members of Queen performing the song “Radio Gaga”.
He released a collection of his most famous songs. However, her greatest popularity was gained by doing new renditions of well-known songs such as “Wherever I lay my hat (that’s my home”) by Marvin Gaye.
His last album of covers and songs written by him was released in 1997 under the title “Paul Young”.
He is currently a regular in a series of 80s nostalgia concerts in Britain called “Here and Now” with stars such as Martin Fry (“ABC”), Peter Cox (Go West), Kim Wilde , Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet) and also participates in the SAS BAND formed by British musicians from the 1970s and 1980s.
For some time he has been a member of a “Tex-Mex” rock musician-vocal group called Los Pacaminos along with Jamie Moses, a guitarist who has played as second guitar of “The Brian May Band” and in the two tours of “Queen + Paul Rodgers.