Tag Archives: Phil Lynott

Time to Breathe Again, in the company of Midge Ure

If you were to condense the history of popular music from the mid-’70s to the turn of the ’90s into a few pages, Midge Ure would still get a pretty impressive showing. Not just in the footnotes either, despite being … Continue reading

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The Eve of the Final Tour – the Jeff Wayne interview

More than 35 years after Jeff Wayne’s first musical adaptation of HG Wells’ classic 1897 science fiction tale, it appears that there’s still plenty of life in The War of the Worlds. But while Jeff is about to embark on … Continue reading

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Lynott’s legacy lives on – introducing the Black Star Riders

A band formed out of the ashes of Thin Lizzy are currently rocking the UK, with the Black Star Riders on the crest of a wave after the success of their first album. And according to guitarist Damon Johnson, new and … Continue reading

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