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Paul Hicks Insurance Services
Prouts Corner House, Okehampton Road
Paul Hicks Insurance Services was established in 1993 by Paul Hicks to provide Independent advice on General Insurance for the local community. The business specialises in all types of Commercial and Personal insurance and since we are not tied to any par
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18711 Oxenberg Manor Lane
Tomball, TX 77377
Office: (281) 357-1220
Cell: (713) 805-3665
It was a different Wangaratta team ...
It was a different Wangaratta team to our former host and fellow singer-songwriter and latter day Elwood resident Paul Hicks and his brothers.
Dave's Diary - 23/1/05 - Paul Hicks
DAVE'S DIARY - 23 JANUARY 2005 - PAUL HICKS
PAUL HICKS FINDS SOLACE IN HIS MUSIC
Popular former Nu Country TV host and disc jockey Paul Hicks received tragic news while in Tamworth promoting his debut solo CD Kettle Of Fish .
learned that his mother Moira died of cancer on Tuesday at the age of 65.
It was a double whammy for Hicks
, 38, who moved from Melbourne last year to live on the 50-acre family farm at Oxley after his
father John had suffered an aneurysm.
The Hicks patriarch went into a coma but later died after a valiant struggle.
returned home to be near his
mother after she
husband and father of her
Hicks and his brothers played football for Wangaratta Rovers in the famed Ovens & Murray League after being educated in Wangaratta at Galen College.
All the siblings had attended concerts by Paul
bands The Haybalers, Broken Spoke and new unit the High Kings.
Cards can be sent to Paul
at RMB 9006, Wangaratta VIC 3678
Preview of Episode 2 - Series 5
Floyd hails from near Highway 31 at Wangaratta - hometown of former Nu Country TV host and DJ Paul Hicks, former lead singer of Broken Spoke.
Paul Hicks - Bio
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sound is not unlike the honey tones of Van Morrison, of whom Hicks
has always been a great fan.
While Kettle of Fish is his
first solo CD, Hicks
is no newcomer to the music industry.A familiar face to Melbourne audiences over the past decade, he has been front man and songwriter for three roots country bands (The Haybalers, Broken Spoke and the High Kings) and was the host of Nu Country TV for two series.
The release of Kettle of Fish however, not only marks a new direction as a solo artist, but a dramatic lifestyle change as well.
After growing up in the north-east Victorian town of Wangaratta, Hicks
headed off for a career in the city and travel that took him right around the world.He
worked for a time in London, later returning to Melbourne when he
felt it was time he
focused on his
A full circle was completed last year though, when he
moved back to the family farm to enjoy a more peaceful, country lifestyle.
The change of pace has proved fruitful in terms of musical inspiration, with Hicks
writing almost constantly since his
now has enough new material to consider releasing a follow-up CD to Kettle of Fish and he
could possibly be back in the recording studio by the middle of the year. Fans of Paul Hicks can expect a body of work as beautifully crafted as Kettle of Fish, yet reflective of his evolution as a songwriter and someone on a personal search for truth and meaning.