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7 November 1968 |
|Instruments||Guitar, backing vocals|
Mick Whitnall (born 7 November 1968, Doncaster, Yorkshire) is the English lead guitarist for Pete Doherty's rock band, Babyshambles, replacing former guitarist Patrick Walden. He lived in South Africa for a time when he was a young boy while his father was working there.
Before this, Whitnall played with Kill City fronted by Peter Doherty's ex-girlfriend Lisa Moorish, and also in bands including Finley Quaye's band and ska band 100 Men. Whitnall's first band was the Doncaster based Skin-Deep, who recorded one album More Than Skin-Deep, which was released in July 1988.
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