On 5th December 1965, the UK No.1 song was "I Feel Fine" by the Beatles, in the USA it was "Turn, Turn, Turn" by the the Byrds and Rupert Hine - as one half of Rupert & David (MacIver) - was recording his first single, Paul Simon’s “Sound of Silence”. The rest, as they say, is history.


On 5th December 2015 an impressive array of musical talent, music associates, friends and family gathered at Metropolis Studios, London, to celebrate Rupert’s 50th year in the music business; a journey of many accomplishments setting him apart from so many others in the crazy and unpredictable world that is the business of music; a continuance to discover, support, encourage and develop others, something that speaks volumes about his character and genuine love of creativity. An inspiring individual, still inspiring, still encouraging:


You Sir, Are A Ruddy Legend!

The illustration above is from an original design by artist Shaun Keefe commemorating this significant milestone in Rupert's career. A limited edition - 200 A3 posters, kindly printed by www.wedoprint.org.uk - was signed by Rupert and only a few now remain. If you would like to own one please make a donation to www.songwritingcharity.org*, of which Rupert is a Patron and get in touch via the "contact page". YOUR support will be much appreciated. *supporting, empowering and encouraging children and young people through the art of songwriting and music.