RIP Gary Moore 1952-2011
2/6/2011 9:42:54 PM by Eric

Another iconic legend of rock has passed away. Legendary Irish guitarist Gary Moore died on February 6th while on vacation in Spain. Moore will forever be remembered for his 70s and 80s rock chops, most notably on solo albums like Run For Cover and Corridors Of Power. Many fans relish his short contribution to Thin Lizzy, playing guitar on 1979's Black Rose, later teaming with Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott on Military Man and Out In The Fields (Run For Cover, 1985). The last decade Moore spent playing the blues and experimenting with electronic sounds.

RIP Gary Moore, you will be missed.

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