Rob Davis was the lead guitarist of the '70s British rock and roll group Mud. The band charted a series of monster hit singles, including the UK's biggest seller of 1974, Tiger Feet.
In 2000, Davis found success co-writing arguably the biggest European club tune of the year, Groovejet by Italian DJ Cristiano Spiller. A year later, he wrote Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out of My Head, which went on to become the Australian pop star's biggest hit and one of this century's most popular and influential hits.
Davis shares both an Ivor Novello and GRAMMY Award for his works.