Every step or misstep was heavily scrutinized and reported on. And it will take your breath … From here he was a changed individual. "The pressures around him were just too much," she said. Inxs band members, Jon Farris, Tim Farris, Kirk Pengilly and Andrew Farris have publicly distanced themselves from the documentary.Credit:Janie Barrett. Picture: Jimmy SteinfeldtSource:Supplied. The reasons why he did this were circulated but none answered the defining question as to what drove a person who once had everything to take his own life. The frontman and lyricist had all the qualities of a rock star – talent, charisma and sexual energy.
His death was ruled as suicide. For 20 years he had been the frontman for the band INXS, an Australian outfit who had released five albums between 1980 and 1985 before becoming superstars with their sixth Kick. The Bachelorette Harry Harris says everyone hoped for Sharna... Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Within three years from their love affair beginning, legal battles were looming between Geldof and Yates over custody of their children. Michael was a lover, not a warrior, so it was very hard on him.". She told Nova's Fitzy and Wippa that the world tour had been tough on her brother and he would "dissolve into tears" when she spoke to him. Michael Hutchence with Paula Yates with their baby, Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily.
Directed by Richard Lowenstein – someone who knew Hutchence personally, shooting many of INXS’ live shows and music videos – here the filmmaker seeks to uncover the truth about the rock stars’ life and death. All times AEDT (GMT +11). A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Mystify: Michael Hutchence. “It’s just as difficult to live in a self-made hell of privacy as it is to live in a self-made hell of publicity.”. What the long overdue Mystify offers is an actual fly-on-the-wall insight into the life of this troubled star. "He was on antidepressants and there were a number of things, really, not least of which was the traumatic brain injury he had received.
Hutchence appears in his final performance at Los Angeles nightclub, The Viper Room, which features in Seven's rockumentary, Michael Hutchence: The Last Rockstar. We all spend so much of our time clicking through reams of content and sometimes not reading anything of interest at all. “It’s just as difficult to live in a self-made hell of privacy as it is to live in a self-made hell of publicity.” – Michael Hutchence. The Last Rockstar airs from 7.30pm on Monday, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17. "What I wanted to do and what we wanted to do was seek a fresh perspective on Michael's life through the eyes of his friends, family and the estate. Michael Hutchence is the subject of Channel Seven documentary The Last Rockstar.