Legendary guitarist Gary Moore has died. According to reports, the 58-year-old Belfast-born musician was on holidays in Spain when he passed away in his sleep. He’s best known for the time he spent in Thin Lizzy and for his solo career, during which he wrote several classic rock songs, including ‘Parisienne Walkways’ and ‘Out In The Fields’, which he recorded with former Thin Lizzy bandmate Phil Lynott. He was also a member of BBM, where he played alongside ex-Cream members Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, as well playing in Colosseum II with Don Airey and Jon Hiseman, and appeared live alongside B.B. King on several occasions.
by Patrick Conboy / February 6th, 2011 /