Rory Gallagher

Real Name:Rory William Gallagher

Irish guitarist and songwriter (born 2nd March, 1948, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal - died 14th June, 1995, London). One of the most influential guitarists of all times, Gallagher refused to release singles or music videos and turned down the opportunity to join The Rolling Stones in the 1970s. He became ill on tour in the Netherlands and later died in London due to complications arising from a liver transplant.

Band line-up
In addition to Gallagher himself (on guitar and vocals), over the years Gallagher's band included:
1971–1972: Gerry McAvoy (bass), Wilgar Campbell (drums).
1972–1978: Gerry McAvoy (bass), Lou Martin (keyboards), Rod De'Ath (drums).
1978–1981: Gerry McAvoy (bass), Ted McKenna (drums).
1981–1991: Gerry McAvoy (bass), Brendan O'Neill (drums) + frequent guest: Mark Feltham (harmonica).
1992–1994: David Levy (bass), Jim Leverton (keyboards), John Cooke (keyboards), Richard Newman (drums) and frequent guest Mark Feltham (harmonica). , Wikipedia ,
In Groups:Mike Batt And Friends, Taste (2)
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