Nick Heyward (vocals, guitar) remaining his music group Haircut 100 only if they were cruising with the pop graphs within the U.K. Rather than destroying his profession, the move in fact provided him with an increase of artistic trustworthiness. Heyward was created on, may 20, 1961, in Beckenham, Kent, Britain. In 1980, Heyward created the new influx group Haircut 100. Haircut 100 became as famous for the preppie clothes they wore just as much as MTV bubblegum like “Like AND SOMETHING” and “Preferred Shirts (Boy Matches Lady),” two of the very most endearing songs from the ’80s. Both singles strike the very best Ten in Britain in 1982. Heyward documented one LP for Haircut 100, Pelican Western, and departed for any solo profession. Once by himself, Heyward’s work dropped a lot of Haircut 100’s teenager gloss; the music was still catchy, however the lyrics had been even more adult and introspective, as shown on paths like “Whistle Down the Blowing wind” from his 1983 single debut North of the Miracle. Heyward’s single output within the ’80s didn’t possess much commercial influence within the U.S.; nevertheless, his reputation — and pin-up charm — in Britain was kept unchanged by North of the Miracle. Nonetheless it was short-term: 1986’s Postcards FROM YOUR HOME and 1988’s I REALLY LIKE You Avenue didn’t get listeners. In 1994, the Beatles-like “Kite” on From Mon to Weekend was a shock smash on American contemporary rock channels. Heyward continuing to record albums within the ’90s, none which received interest beyond his loyal group of fans. In 2001, Heyward released Open up Seseme Seed with Greg Ellis.