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Pilot

Pilot

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Scottish pop group, formed in Edinburgh in 1973 by two former members (David Paton & Billy Lyall) of the early Bay City Rollers. Their biggest hits were "Magic", "January", "Call Me Round" and "Just A Smile", all of them in 1974, and 1975. They worked closely with Alan Parsons, who produced much of their material. Three of them (David Paton, Ian Bairnson & Stuart Tosh) contributed also The Alan Parsons Project, and Paton & Bairnson played also on Kate Bush's two first albums 'The Kick Inside' (1978) and 'Lionheart' (1978).

Band members:
David Paton – lead vocals, bass, Spanish guitar (1973–1977, 2002, 2007–)
Billy Lyall – keyboards, flute, vocals (1973–1976)
Steve Swindells – keyboards (1976–1977)
Ian Bairnson – guitar (1974–1977, 2002, 2007–2016)
Stuart Tosh – drums, percussion, vocals (1973–1977, 2007–2015)

Band members on live performances:
Kenny Hutchison – keyboards, vocals (2007–2017)
● Iring Duguit – keyboards, vocals (2016–)
Calais Brown – guitar, vocals (2007–2017)
Dave Stewart (6) – drums, percussion, vocals (2016–)

Sites:pilotmagicmusic.com , apilotproject.com , Wikipedia , YouTube
Aliases:Scotch Mist
Members:Billy Lyall, Dave Stewart (6), David Paton, Ian Bairnson, Steve Swindells, Stuart Tosh
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