Richard Anthony Hewson

Richard Anthony Hewson, who lent his initials to The RAH Band, enjoyed chart success with space-age stomper ‘The Crunch’ in 1977 and ‘Clouds Across The Moon’ in 1985. He shares some of his inspirations on the road to success

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