Lee Brilleaux

Lee Brilleaux

Real Name:
Lee Collinson
Profile:
Lead vocalist of Dr. Feelgood & exponent of the blues harp/sometime guitarist, who moved to Canvey Island in the UK as a teenager and was one of the founding partners of that Island's seminal rhythm & blues band along with Wilko Johnson.
Born: 10 May 1952, Durban, South Africa.
Died: 7 April 1994, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, UK.

He was also a driving force in helping Jake Riviera's founding of Stiff Records and a regular at The Grand Hotel watering hole - an inspirational location for Procol Harum - Grand Hotel. Brilleaux died of lymphoma at his Leigh home, survived by his wife Shirley and children Kelly and Nick.
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Compilations

0190295773885 Lee Brilleaux Rock 'N' Roll Gentleman (Eleven recordings with Dr. Feelgood 1975-1993)(LP, Comp) Parlophone 0190295773885 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
0190295919214 Lee Brilleaux Rock 'n' Roll Gentleman His Musical Journey With Dr. Feelgood 1974-1994(4xCD, Comp) Parlophone 0190295919214 UK 2017 Sell This Version

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