Duran Duran’s Simon LeBon reflects on his time recording their album “Thank You” the south of France:
“We were finishing ‘Thank You’ at Nick’s house in France, and I went to stay at [INXS lead singer] Michael Hutchence’s place nearby. Me and Michael and Bono were in this thing called the Lead Singers Club. For a couple of months in the summer of ’94 we lived it up in the south of France. Michael took drugs, but he had a good relationship with his girlfriend at the time. He certainly wasn’t suicidal or fucking up really badly. The club’s main meeting place was Nick’s swimming pool.”
From The Guardian, ‘In their own words’.