Hugh Cornwell was the lead singer and songwriter of the new wave group The Stranglers which went on to become one of the best selling UK new wave groups in the 70s. He is also a successful solo artist in his own right having released several albums and has had three non fiction books published, the last of which was his autobiography A Multitude of Sins in 2009. His novel Window on the World was published by Quartet in June 2011, and more recently Arnold Drive was released in 2014.
Today he remains in the public eye and recently featured on BBC Radio 2 in December 2016, discussing his 2016 joint album with John Cooper Clarke, This Time It’s Personal.
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