Frankie Goes to Hollywood facts for kids
Quick facts for kids
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Frankie Goes to Hollywood in London during the 1980s
|Genres||Dance, pop rock, synthpop, New Wave, Hi-NRG|
|Associated acts||Big in Japan|
|Past members||Mark O'Toole
Frankie Goes to Hollywood were a British dance band from Liverpool, England. The band is probably best known for their first single "Relax". This BBC banned the song.
The band released their first studio album Welcome to the Pleasuredome on 29 October 1984. The album featured the singles "Relax", "Two Tribes", "The Power of Love" and "Welcome to the Pleasuredome". Their second and last studio album Liverpool was released on 20 October 1986. The band broke up in 1987. They reunited in 2004, but broke up again in 2007.
- Mark O'Toole – bass (1980–1987, 2004–2007)
- Peter Gill – drums (1980–1987, 2004–2007)
- Holly Johnson – lead singer (1980–1987)
- Jed O'Toole – guitar (1980–1982, 2004–2007)
- Sonia Mazumder – back-up singer (1980)
- Paul Rutherford – back-up singer, keyboards, dancing (1980–1987, 2004–2007)
- Brian Nash – guitar (1982–1987)
- Ryan Molloy – lead singer (2004–2007)
- Welcome to the Pleasuredome (1984)
- Liverpool (1986)
Women's History Month on Kiddle
Women Scientists of Antiquity
|Mary the Jewess|
All content from Kiddle encyclopedia articles (including the article images and facts) can be freely used under Attribution-ShareAlike license, unless stated otherwise. Cite this article:Frankie Goes to Hollywood Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.