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Gary Moore

Gary Moore

Gary Moore

  Gary Moore - born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on April 4th 1952. Garys first band of note, the power trio Skid Row, secured a record deal with the CBS label in 1970. By this time, Gary had moved to Dublin, and befriended Phil Lynott, who filled the vocal role with Skid Row until shortly before the CBS deal was signed. Gary was soon to reunite with Phil Lynott as replacement for Eric Bell in the Thin Lizzy line-up. Although he was in the band for a relatively brief tenure, he would rejoin their ranks following the departure of Brian Robertson in 1977, and again, finally, for the Black Rose tour in 1978. The late 1970s and early 80s were characterised by Garys restless search for the best musical settings for his talents; a reunion with Phil Lynott produced the powerful Out In The Fields hit single (1985). He explored his Celtic roots on the album Wild Frontier (1987), but it was with the 1990 album, Still Got The Blues, that Gary arrived at a rich musical vein within which his creativity could flow freely. This and its successor, After Hours saw cameo appearances from the likes of such Blues guitar greats as Albert King, BB King, and Albert Collins. In 1994, Gary worked alongside Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce in the band BBM, cutting one accomplished album, before resuming his solo career. Gary died on February 6, 2011 but his music lives on.

 
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