born on 25/1/1956 in Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
|Born|| January 25 1956
| The Beat
Fine Young Cannibals
The Beat achieved eight Top 40 singles and three hit albums in the UK before announcing their break up in 1983. Some of their notable hits included "Mirror In The Bathroom", "Hands Off She's Mine" and "Can't Get Used to Losing You".
In 1985 he joined fellow Beat member David Steele and singer Roland Gift, to form Fine Young Cannibals.
In 1988, while Fine Young Cannibals were on hiatus, Cox and Steele released the instrumental house music single, "Tired of Getting Pushed Around", under the name of Two Men, A Drum Machine and A Trumpet. It reached #18 in the UK Singles Chart. In 2002, Cox formed Cribabi with Japanese vocalist, Yukari Fujiu, and released the album Volume on his own Fidela record label.
Cox currently lives in London and is still involved with the music industry.
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