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Nick Rhodes is the keyboardist for Duran Duran, one of the biggest bands of the 1980s.
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They brought Warren Cuccurullo in to handle some of the bass and guitar parts. This lineup released a few album together, but they never matched Duran Duran's earlier success.
In 2004, Rhodes and Le Bon reteamed with the three Taylors—John, Roger and Andy—for Astronaut. They lost Andy Taylor while making Red Carpet Massacre (2007), but the remaining four are still going strong. The band released the studio album All You Need Is Now in 2010,
and they play numerous concerts around the world each year.
Rhodes was married to Julie Anne Friedman from 1984 to 1992. They have a daughter, Tatjana, together. He has saved all of his clothes from his Duran Duran days over the years, and he has even loaned out some his outfits for museum exhibitions.
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