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English singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist and record producer. He is best known as the bassist and co-founder of English rock bands Joy Division and New Order. Hook formed the band which was to become Joy Division with Bernard Sumner in 1976. Following the death of lead singer Ian Curtis in 1980, the band reformed as New Order, and Hook played bass with them until 2007. When he was three years old, in 1959, his parents divorced. On 20 July 1976, childhood friends Bernard Sumner and Hook separately attended a Sex Pistols show at the Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall. 35 from his mother to buy his first bass guitar.
Their band, originally called Warsaw, debuted on 29 May 1977 at the Electric Circus, supporting the Buzzcocks, Penetration and John Cooper Clarke. The band played their first gig as Joy Division on 25 January 1978 at Pip’s Disco in Manchester. In 1980, after Joy Division, Hook formed New Order. The band continued until they first broke up in 1993. In 1984, Hook recorded the single “Telstar” with the band Ad Infinitum, which was composed of him and members of the Stockholm Monsters.
In 1995 he toured with the Durutti Column. Hook also contributed to Perry Farrell’s Satellite Party. His bass can be heard on “Wish Upon a Dogstar” and “Kinky”. Inspired by Clint Boon of Inspiral Carpets, he started with the Return to New York nights in London. In 2003, he contributed bass to a number of tracks on Hybrid’s album Morning Sci-Fi, including the single “True to Form”. Hook also co-owned the Suite Sixteen recording studio formerly Cargo Studios which Hook purchased with Chris Hewitt in 1984. Cargo and Suite Sixteen in Kenion Street, Rochdale were major studios in the history of punk and post punk music.
In the mid 00s Hook was regularly performing as a DJ, however he was discovered to be playing pre-mixed CD’s and only miming the actions of a DJ. He admitted he was only pretending to be a DJ on his Myspace blog, but then removed it due to public backlash. Hook and Potts reformed Monaco on two occasions in 2007, with original drummer Paul Kehoe and Hook’s son Jack completing the line up for two gigs at Manchester’s Hard Rock Cafe in March and at the Ritz Theatre in October. Robots”, two tracks off of the Crystal Method’s 2009 album Divided by Night. Hook recently compiled “The Hacienda Acid House Classics” following on from his original mix of “The Hacienda Classics” in 2006. The Factory, in February 2010 singing lead vocals with his band, the Light. The club is situated in the old head offices of Factory Records in Manchester city centre.