‘Blues’ includes never heard before tracks, special guest sessions with legendary blues artists Muddy Waters and Albert King and lost radio sessions.
The life and times of the irreplaceable Irish blues-rock guitar virtuoso.
From blues to punk rock, spy novels and live spontaneity, many influences went into Rory Gallagher’s electric guitar sound, as Dónal Gallagher reveals.
Rory Gallagher’s brother, Dónal, reveals how one of Ireland’s greatest rock exports was a gifted musician influenced by the blues as much as anything else.
'Blues' includes never heard before tracks, special guest sessions with legendary blues artists Muddy Waters and Albert King and lost radio sessions.
From Rory Gallagher to U2, Thin Lizzy to The Cranberries, the best Irish musicians have made a unique mark on music history. uDiscover Music raises a toast.
An influence on everyone from Brian May to Slash and Johnny Marr, Rory Gallagher was Ireland’s first rock god – the country’s Hendrix and Clapton in one.
Inspired by punk and committed to capturing the true essence of rock’n’roll, Rory Gallagher shot through the 80s with an ever-astonishing arsenal of tricks.
Following the dissolution of Taste, in 1970, Rory Gallagher kicked the new decade’s door in with a solo career that proved as inventive as it was riveting.
McKenna also played with Michael Schenker, Ian Gillan and Gary Moore and was much-loved by the young Def Leppard.
Moore's fans are set to launch the campaign, focused on a multi-artist concert at Belfast's Empire Music Hall on 12 April 2019.
On 26 November 1968, Cream played their farewell concert at London's Royal Albert Hall with Yes and Taste as the opening acts.
"I felt that The Who ought to make, if you like, a last album," Pete Townshend told the NME of the new release.
The best blues music gifts this year include supercharged takes on the classic blues tradition, plus the Stones, Clapton and more doing what they do best.
A total of 21 of the iconic Irish musician’s guitars will be on show later this month at London event.