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Encyclopedia > Ricki Wilde

Ricki Wilde (often spelled "Ricky Wilde") is a songwriter, musician, producer and brother of Kim Wilde, and son of the pre-Beatles singer and actor Marty Wilde, from the UK. Ricki has two sons and one daughter.

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Wilde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (121 words)
Wilde is a surname, and may refer to:
Kim Wilde (born 1960), British pop singer, gardener, and pop cultural figure
Marty Wilde (born 1939), British rock'n'roll singer and father of Kim Wilde
Kim Wilde: Information From Answers.com (5869 words)
Wilde never had another hit in America, yet she was back in the charts in the summer of 1987 with "Another Step (Closer to You)," a duet with Junior Giscombe.
Lyrically, Marty Wilde provided a few surprises: besides the obligatory love songs there was also a song about a rare minority of people who continually hear sound in their head ("Water On Glass"), the deterioration of inner cities ("Our Town") and a song about a theory that sound is alive ("Tuning In Tuning On").
Kim Wilde is still the UK's best-selling solo female pop singer of all time, and holds the record for being the most-charted UK female act of the 1980's.
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