November 22nd, 2013:
In memory of viagra niaspan Michael Hutchence 16 years on…
22/01/1960 – 22/11/1997
Please go to the official Michael Hutchence facebook page and leave your tributes to Michael at:
During The Killers performance at Wembley this week on June 22nd, 2013 they performed a new track titled 'Wembley Song' which included a tribute to Michael Hutchence, as well as other artists who have sold out Wembley Stadium.
Lead singer Brandon Flowers sang "Michael you left us all too soon…but you climbed those stairs to Wembley" as images of Michael performing at 1991's Summer XS concert were shown on the video screen.
Watch the video below of the performance, the Michael Hutchence tribute is from the 1:18 minute mark…
May 19th, 2013:
Michael Hutchence Wins 1st MAX Legends Poll
Michael Hutchence has upset Freddie Mercury to take out the first MAX Legends Poll.
The former INXS frontman beat out the Queen ringmaster for the title of Greatest Frontman of All Time.
The Australian music legend also beat out other fancied names in the list, including Robert Plant, Bon Scott, Mick Jagger and Jon Bon Jovi.
The biggest surprise in the MAX audience-voted countdown, however, was Midnight Oil frontman, Peter Garrett, not even placing in the top 20 – coming in at number 23.
Voting is now open for the second Legends Poll, where we ask you to vote for your favourite artist of the 1980s. You can vote now by clicking through to the MAX Legends Poll website – legendspoll.maxtv.com.au
Here is the complete list of the MAX Legends Poll: Greatest Frontman in order:
1. Michael Hutchence
2. Freddie Mercury
3 Bon Scott
4. Robert Plant
5. Jon Bon Jovi
6. Mick Jagger
7. Jimmy Barnes
9. Jim Morrison
10. Bruce Springsteen
11. Dave Grohl
12. Axl Rose
13. Kurt Cobain
14. Eddie Vedder
15. Steven Tyler
16. Anthony Keidis
17. David Lee Roth
18. Alice Cooper
19. Jimi Hendrix
20. Bob Marley
21. Ozzy Osbourne
23. Peter Garrett
24. Roger Daltry
25. James Hetfield
26. Robert Smith
27. Johnny Rotten
28. Joe Strummer
29. Simon Le Bon
30. Angry Anderson
31. James Brown
32. Bryan Ferry
33. Rod Stewart
35. Nick Cave
36. Thom Yorke
37. Jack White
38. Maynard James Keenan
39. Zac De La Rocha
40. Iggy Pop
41. Joey Ramone
42. Marilyn Manson
43. Michael Stipe
44. Mike Patton
45. Damon Albarn
46. Frank Zappa
47. Peter Gabriel
48. Liam Gallagher
49. Little Richard
50. Jarvis Cocker
Today, January 22nd, 2013 marks what would have been Michael's 53rd birthday.
We would like fans and friends from all over the world to join us in remembering the remarkable life of Michael Hutchence.
Leave your own birthday message to Michael in the comments below, or on the Official Michael Hutchence facebook page (www.facebook.com/inxs.michaelhutchence).
Please take a moment today to remember what Michael meant to you, listen to his music or watch his many videos. For thousands of people around the world Michael wrote and sung songs that were the soundtrack of their lives.
For generations growing up in the 80's and 90's Michael was a unique talent and the consummate Rockstar who was adored all around the world. We all miss you!
Happy 53rd Birthday Hutch!!
Today we all remember Michael who left us 15 years ago. As the years go by, his music and memory still brings happiness to tens of thousands of people around the world.
He is so very missed, there is just no one like him left in the music industry. He was one of the last great rock stars of our time. A legend alongside the likes of John Lennon, Mick Jagger and Jim Morrison.
Michael lives on in his legacy he left us. Thanks to his many fans who still carry the torch and support Michael. And to all the Michael Hutchence groups on facebook who discuss and remember Michael each day thanks for your dedication.
Our love goes out to Michael's family & friends.
The remaining members of INXS announced their retirement from touring this month after 35 years. In the very early days when Michael started performing, as the band's final good bye each night MIchael would say "Koo-Moo-Loo-Mayo Yong Style", which didn't actually mean anything but it created mystery about him even back then.
Even to this day even though he's not here, people are stlll interested in his life and there is still that aura of mystery about the great Michael Hutchence.
Wishing you peace & happiness Michael. We will never forget you!
To celebrate the life and times of rock icon, Michael Hutchence, an exclusive viewing of rare and unseen images taken by photographer Chris Cuffaro took place at The Gallery Soho, London between 20th – 22nd October, 2011. Check out some images of the exhibition below.
Photos of exhibition thanks to Jen Wicks.
July 22nd, 2011:
Happy 15th birthday to Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily!
It was July 13th, 1991 that Michael Hutchence with INXS performed a milestone concert in their career, becoming the only Australian band to sell out London's old Wembley Stadium in front of 72,000 fans!
The concert was captured on video and was later re-mastered on DVD in 2003 with bonus features. During the original taping the film in the cameras all ran out during the filming of 'Lately' so unfortunately that had to be left out, but on the DVD we combined the sound recording from Wembley Stadium with footage of Michael Hutchence as a tribute to him.
Michael and the band put in a top performance on the day, in what will always be remembered as one of INXS's greatest performances captured on film. Get out your DVD's today and re-live this classic concert on the 20th anniversary!
(INXS Wembley Stadium Memorabilia from Matthew Marsland's personal collection).
U2 paid tribute to Michael Hutchence on Saturday night (June 18th, 2011) in Anaheim, CA. Before performing 'Stuck In A Moment (You Can't Get Out Of..)' Bono mentioned Lian Lunson, one of Michael's long time close friends who was at the concert. Then Bono paid tribute to Michael… "And for our friend, the love of our life, beautiful man…Michael Hutchence…he loved it here…".
Watch the tribute here:
At U2's 2nd La Plata concert in Argentina last night the band performed 'Stuck In A Moment' / 'Never Tear Us Apart' in memory of Michael Hutchence.
Watch the performance below thanks to u2gigs.com