Nik Kershaw

Nik Kershaw (born Nicholas David Kershaw, 1 March 1958, in Bristol) is an English singer-songwriter. A former jazz-funk guitarist, he was a 1980s teen idol; his 62 weeks on the UK Singles Chart in 1984-5 beat all other solo artists at the time. He appeared at Live Aid in 1985, and has penned a number of hits for other artists, including a UK number one single in 1991 for Chesney Hawkes, "The One and Only". Kershaw played guitar and sang in a number of underground bands from about 1976 before deciding on a career as a songwriter. Read more on Last.fm
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The Sky's the Limit
Runaway
Shoot Me
Bad Day You're Having
Red Strand
Enjoy the Ride
You're the Best
Rock of Ages
The Bell
The Sky's the Limit (radio version)
You've Got to Laugh
Can't Get Arrested
Oh You Beautiful Thing
Lost
All About You
Promises, Promises
I Hope You're Happy Now
Old House
Yeah, Yeah
Born Yesterday
Loud, Confident and Wrong
She Could Be the One
You Don't Have to Be the Sun
to be Frank
Wounded
Jane Doe
How Sad
Take Me to the Church
Hello World
Already
One Day
All Is Fair
Show Them What You're Made Of
Wouldn't It Be Good (acoustic version)
To Be Frank
Wounded
Jane Doe
How Sad
Take Me to the Church
Hello World
Already
One Day
All Is Fair
Show Them What You're Made Of
15 Minutes
Have a Nice Life
Find Me an Angel
Your Brave Face
What Do You Think of It So Far?
God Bless
Stick Around
Fiction
Made in Heaven
Shine On
15 Minutes
The Works
One Step Ahead
Elisabeth's Eyes
Take My Place
Wounded Knee
Cowboys and Indians
One World
Don't Ask Me
Burning at Both Ends
Lady on the Phone
Walkabout
Radio Musicola
Nobody Knows
L.A.B.A.T.Y.D.
What the Papers Say
Life Goes On
Running Scared
James Cagney
Don't Let Me Out of My Cage
When a Heart Beats
Violet to Blue