Michael Hutchence. The INXS singer spent time in Hong Kong in the late 1960s as a child, before heading back to Australia, where he found fame with the rock band he founded. Photo: AFP
Michael Hutchence. The INXS singer spent time in Hong Kong in the late 1960s as a child, before heading back to Australia, where he found fame with the rock band he founded. Photo: AFP

INXS’ Michael Hutchence remembered 25 years after his death - ‘All the girls were sweet on him,’ friend from his Hong Kong days says

  • The Australian rock star spent part of his childhood in Hong Kong before he and his family headed back home, where he found fame as the singer for INXS
  • An old childhood friend, Phil Brown, recalls playing with Hutchence and his brother in his book The Kowloon Kid

Michael Hutchence. The INXS singer spent time in Hong Kong in the late 1960s as a child, before heading back to Australia, where he found fame with the rock band he founded. Photo: AFP
Michael Hutchence. The INXS singer spent time in Hong Kong in the late 1960s as a child, before heading back to Australia, where he found fame with the rock band he founded. Photo: AFP
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