Inxs INX, Inxs, INXS '90, INXS (In Excess), И Ен Екс Ес, ИНКСС, イン・エクセス, インエクセス, 印艾克斯INXS were an Australian rock band, formed in 1977 in Sydney, New South Wales. The group disbanded on 11 November 2012. Members: Michael Hutchence (vocals, 1977-November 22, 1997) Andrew Farriss (keyboards, guitar) Tim Farriss (guitar) Kirk Pengilly (saxophone, guitar, vocals) Garry Gary Beers (bass, vocals) Jon Farriss (drums) Jimmy Barnes (vocals, 1998) Terence Trent D'Arby (vocals, 1999) Jon Stevens (vocals, 2000-2003) J.D. Fortune (vocals, 2005-2008, 2010-August 14, 2011) Ciaran Gribbin (vocals, September 2011-November 2012)
Tall Paul Tall Pall, Tall Paul Newman, Tall Paull, Tell PaulHe started to play in the Turnmills thanks to his father, John Newman, who bought this club in 1985. However, he soon showed everybody what he was able to do with 2 vinyls in the "after" sessions of such legendary club. Since then, he has held residence at the Zap, London's Gardening Club and legendary club, Trade. In fact, by now he has played in the main locations of USA, Canada, Australia, Brazil or Ibiza. In the studio, Paul Newman (his real name) published his very first album in '92, a white label called "Love Rush", which has reiedited one year later by Hooj Choons. With Red Jerry (founder of this label) created together "Rok Da House", a number 11 in the elite top dance charts in England, after being reedited by VC in 1997. As a producer, he worked in Camisra's "Let me show you", which was the #5 in charts. After that, he was asked to remix: Duran Duran, Nalin & Kane, Bizarre Inc, Dina Carroll and Blondie were only a few names. As it was a natural evolution, he started his own label Duty Free Recordings with Steffan Chandler and his brother Daniel Newman, which uses to publish Paul's tracks as well as Robbie Rivera, DJ Lottie and Dave Aude ones. He had his own show on Kiss FM.