British singer-songwriter Nick Heyward has had a modestly successful solo career after leaving new wave band Haircut 100, beginning with 'North Of A Miracle' (#10 U.K.). This 1983 album produced three U.K. top 20 hits in "Whistle Down The Wind" (#13), "Take That Situation" (#11), and "Blue Hat For A Blue Day" (#14). The first of which was Heyward's first solo work to make it big. Heyward's second album, titled 'Postcards From Home', was released in 1986, spawning two further top U.K. 40 hits in "Love All Day" (#31) and "Warning Sign" (#25). Heyward's subsequent albums include 'I Love You Avenue' (1988), 'From Monday To Sunday' (1992), which landed Heyward an American radio hit with "Kite", and 'Tangled' (1995). Although his mainstream popularity has faded since the 80s, he continues to tour.