Gerry Rafferty

Real Name:Gerald Rafferty

Scottish guitarist, singer and songwriter. Rafferty was best known for his solo hits "Baker Street", "Right Down the Line" and, with the band Stealers Wheel, "Stuck in the Middle with You". Born into a working-class family in Paisley (Scotland), his mother taught him both Irish and Scottish folk songs as a boy; later, he was influenced by the music of The Beatles and Bob Dylan. He joined the folk-pop band The Humblebums - whose line-up included Billy Connolly - in 1969, but left in 1971 and recorded his first solo album "Can I Have My Money Back". Rafferty and Joe Egan formed the group Stealers Wheel in 1972, producing several hits. In 1978, he recorded his second solo album, "City to City", which includes "Baker Street", his most popular song and a radio mainstay.
Brother of Jim Rafferty.
Born: 16th April 1947, in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
Died at age 63 on 4th January 2011 at his daughters home in Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, UK (liver and kidney problems). , Wikipedia , Imdb ,
In Groups:Stealers Wheel, The Fifth Column (3), The Humblebums
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