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Birth name  Michael Timothy Curry
Name  Mickey Curry
Occupation(s)  Drummer
Role  Drummer

Genres  Rock music
Years active  1973–present
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Born  June 10, 1956 (age 59) (1956-06-10)
Origin  New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.
Associated acts  Bryan Adams, Hall & Oates, The Fontanas
Movies  Bryan Adams: Live at The Budokan
Albums  Pure Cult: for Rockers, Ravers, Lovers, and Sinners, Live Cult, Pure Cult: Anthology 1984-1995
Similar People  Nigel Preston, Billy Duffy, Les Warner, Ian Astbury, Craig Adams

Instruments  Drums, backing vocals
Music group  The Cult (1992 – 1993)

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Michael Timothy Curry (born 10 June 1956) is an American drummer. He is best known for his long-term collaboration with the singer-songwriter Bryan Adams, although he has also worked with Hall & Oates, Cher, Tina Turner, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Sam Phillips, Tom Waits, Survivor, The Cult, Steve Jones and other musicians.

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Early life

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Mickey Curry was born in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.. He started playing drums at 11 when he had lessons at school with a man named Nick Forte. When he was 13, he and two of his brothers formed a band called The Rack. When he was 17, he joined the Scratch Band in Connecticut.

Early career

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He played in many local bands in Connecticut until around 1980, when he started working in studios in New York. While working in Manhattan, he joined a band called Tom Dickie and the Desires. They were managed by Tommy Mottola who also managed Hall & Oates. Impressed by Curry's work, Mottola asked him to record with Hall & Oates on their album Private Eyes.

Bryan Adams

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Around the same time he was working with Hall & Oates, Curry met producer Bob Clearmountain who had just begun working with a young Bryan Adams. Soon after this, Curry was playing on Adams' second album, You Want It You Got It. It was at this time that Curry started gaining prominence. He toured with Hall & Oates for several years, concurrently with playing on Bryan Adams' studio albums. Curry's stint with Hall & Oates continued until 1986, at which point, he decided to begin touring full-time with Adams. It is with Adams that Curry has achieved most of his success and fame and still tours full-time with him today. Curry appears on almost all of Adams' albums.

Other Bands

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Although he has continued to tour with Bryan Adams, Curry has also found time to play on a variety of other artists' albums and tour with several of them. In 1987, he was the drummer on a young Jude Cole's self-titled debut album. In 1989, he joined the hard rock band, The Cult, performing on several of their albums, including the smash, Sonic Temple (which included one of their biggest hits, "Fire Woman").

Personal life

He is married to his high school sweetheart Susan and they live in southern Connecticut, where both were born and raised, and maintain, in Curry's words, 'a ridiculously low-key, non-rock 'n' roll lifestyle that involves a lot of baseball games and riding my lawn tractor.'

References

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