- This article is about a British recording act. For the Warner Bros. cartoon character see Marc Antony and Pussyfoot. See also the film by the same name: Pussyfoot (film).
Pussyfoot was a British recording act of the late 1970s. The act consisted of songwriter, producer and musician Mick Flinn, and vocalist Donna Jones. Flinn remained behind the scenes, and Jones was marketed as a solo artist.
Flinn had been a member of Australian rock band The Mixtures from 1967 to 1972, which included the band's most successful period. With back-to-back number 1 songs in Australia in 1970, their "The Pushbike Song" was released in the UK where it entered the charts in the top 5, peaking at #2 in January 1971. The Mixtures made the trip to England in January 1971, returned to Australia in November for a concert tour, and then returned to England in January 1972. Flinn left the band in May 1972, eventuallyЧитать далее в Википедии...