Huck Whitney

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Huck Whitney, Composer / Film theme writer, was born in Birmingham, England and was formerly known as Ian Whitney. Having played bass and guitar for many years with local bands such as the Street People, Whitney first came to national attention as the bass player with Birmingham indie band Delicious Monster, who enjoyed chart success with singles "Power Missy", "Snuggle" and "Big Love" as well as the album Joie de Vivre. Since 1996 Huck Whitney has played Guitar alongside brother Joe (Drums) in The Flaming Stars.[1] The year 2008 saw the release of his first solo album Black Diamonds which contains the two demos submitted for the Bond film Quantum of Solace and represents his solo compositions for that year. 2010 saw Huck join forces on guitar with Florence Joelle, a Parisian born London based singer aka 'Florence Joelles Kiss of Fire' an act that can already be seen internationally. Whitney is currently composing music for his Ballet de Bicyclette and alongside commitments with The Flaming Stars, mainly concentrates on the writing of Musical Themes for Film.[needs update]

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  1. ^ Wilson, MacKenzie. "Biography: The Flaming Stars". Allmusic. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 

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