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Please fill in the required fields. All Releases. Mick Harvey MICK HARVEY TOUR Read More. The band played at parties and school functions, with a repertoire of Lou Reed , David Bowie , Roxy Music , Alice Cooper and the Sensational Alex Harvey Band , among others.
Harvey was also a member of the school choir conducted by actor Norman Kaye , and took extracurricular lessons from Bruce Clarke , the jazz guitarist.
After their final school year in , the band decided to continue with Pew as bassist. Greatly influenced by the punk explosion of , which saw Australian bands The Saints and Radio Birdman make their first recordings and tours, The Boys Next Door , as Harvey's band was now called, began performing fast, original new wave material.
The Boys Next Door regularly played at Melbourne pubs between and Rowland S. Howard joined the band in , bringing with him a chaotic feedback guitar style.
After extensive touring, recordings, and moderate success in Australia, the Boys Next Door relocated to London , England in , and changed their name to The Birthday Party.
Harvey's girlfriend Katy Beale followed the band to London. This period was defined by innovative and aggressive music composition, underpinned by Harvey's guitar playing.
The band moved to West Berlin , Germany in , but without Calvert; Harvey transitioned from guitar to drums. Howard, Harry Howard bass and Epic Soundtracks drums , all of whom a few years later would form the basis of These Immortal Souls , also participated.
This line-up of the band found its peak and demise with its appearance in the Wim Wenders film Wings of Desire. Bonney then stayed in Berlin and formed the next line-up of the band with his partner Bronwyn Adams , Harvey drums , Alexander Hacke of Einstürzende Neubauten guitar , Chrislo Haas of Liaisons Dangereuses and D.
This line-up made three studio albums and toured until Harvey and Cave formed Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds in Harvey was principally the drummer on the first 2 albums before line-up changes saw him move to the bass until the arrival of Martyn P.
Casey in when he moved back to guitar, his original instrument. Throughout the '80s and '90s Harvey was the band member charged with the responsibility for the production of the recordings along with Cave.
Harvey remained with the Bad Seeds for 25 years until his last show in Perth, Australia on 20 January , when he cited both professional and personal factors as reasons for leaving.
I'm confident Nick [Cave] will continue to be a creative force and that this is the right time to pass on my artistic and managerial role to what has become a tremendous group of people who can support him in his endeavours, both musically and organisationally.
In , Harvey explained further that his frustration with song arrangements strained his relationship with Cave; and a desire to spend time with family was also a significant reason for his decision.
The split marked the end of a year-long collaboration between Harvey and Cave. In , the Spanish label Bang! Records released a four-track EP by Harvey's retro rock band The Wallbangers, called Kick the Drugs  featuring songs written by Harvey alone, and songs he co-wote with Tex Perkins and Loene Carmen.
Harvey sings and plays guitars. He has also collaborated with UK rock musician PJ Harvey no relation , and produced for other Australian artists, including Anita Lane , Robert Forster , Conway Savage and Rowland S.
Harvey's third solo release, One Man's Treasure , was issued in September He undertook his first solo tours of Europe and Australia in , accompanied by fellow Bad Seeds Thomas Wydler and James Johnston , as well as Melbourne-based double bassist Rosie Westbrook.
His next solo record, 's Two of Diamonds , was recorded with this group, as was the live album Three Sisters — Live at Bush Hall.
In February , Harvey and Westbrook played as a support act for PJ Harvey on her Australian tour, with both Harveys also performing on stage together.
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Harvey made his first-class debut in —49, playing in the first three matches of the season for Victoria as an opening batsman.
However, he was unproductive, scoring only 91 runs at a batting average of He moved to Queensland the following season in search of more opportunities and was selected in one match.
Harvey had his best first-class season in —51, scoring runs at However, he struggled the following season and was dropped, and did not play a single first-class match in — Recalled the following season, he overcame a slow start to score two centuries later in the summer to end with runs at After a poor season, Harvey was dropped late in the —56 season.
Harvey was dropped after two matches in —57, ending his first-class career. After his playing career was over, Harvey took up umpiring, and made his first-class debut in — He became a regular official over the next few seasons and then broke into international umpiring in — In that summer, Harvey stood in two One Day Internationals ODIs and one Test.
The following season he made his final appearances at international level, presiding over another Test and four ODIs. His last season of top-level domestic umpiring was in —82 during which he officiated in two matches.
He finished his career having presided over 31 first-class and 13 List A matches. Mick's father Horace "Horry" Harvey moved to Broken Hill, New South Wales where he worked for BHP driving horse-drawn trailers.
The family relocated to Newcastle , a mining town and harbour in New South Wales , where Clarence Edgar Harvey—always known as Mick, as he was born on Saint Patrick's Day —and Harold were born.
Horace secured a job at the confectionery company Life Savers Australasia Ltd, located next door to their house at Argyle Street.
It no longer exists, having been demolished to make way for a textile factory. He himself played for the Rita Social Club after moving to Fitzroy. As recreational facilities and grass ovals were sparse in densely populated Fitzroy, the boys took to playing cricket in a cobblestone laneway between their terraced house.
All of the children attended the nearby George Street State School and, one by one, the brothers joined the Fitzroy Cricket Club as they reached their early teens.
The successful student would then be given access to all of the club's facilities. During the winter, they played baseball for Fitzroy, often competing in matches played as curtain raisers to the elite Australian rules football competition, the Victorian Football League.
A printer by trade, Harvey first played in the Fitzroy First XI in — Mick opened the batting with Merv, and in —43, when Neil broke into the First XI, the family occupied the first four batting positions for the team; Merv and Mick opened and Ray and Neil came in after them.
He was discharged on 29 March with the rank of private. In the next match against New South Wales , who boasted Australia's new ball opening bowlers Ray Lindwall and Keith Miller , Harvey made 19 and 33 in a drawn match.
In the subsequent match against South Australia , he made 4 and 12, again being trapped lbw in both innings. Having scored only 91 runs at a batting average of At the time, Queensland were the least successful team in the Sheffield Shield, and Harvey moved north to Brisbane the following season to try to get more opportunities to play Sheffield Shield cricket.