Gary Moore

Robert William Gary Moore (Belfast, 4 April 1952 – Estepona, 6 February 2011 [1]) was a Northern Irish guitarist. Moore was born as one of the five children of the local concert promoter Robert Moore and the housewife Winnie Moore. Thanks to Moore’s profession, Moore grew up listening to music from Irish bands, live games, and country, rock and pop music from that time. In 1958 he performed for the first time at the age of six. Dressed in shorts and standing on a chair to get to the microphone, he sang together with the show band a song called “Sugartime”. Unfortunately, Gary Moore is no longer among the living. If you go the same way, you will probably find him, provided you like his music. See for more.

Still got the blues

All Your Love

Whiskey in the Jar (Tribute to Phil Lynott)

Red House

Parisienne Walkways

Empty Rooms

Oh pretty woman

Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know

Need your love so bad

The Sky Is Crying

If You Be My Baby

The Loner

Crying in the Shadows

Live At Montreux 2010

Live Blues Ballads And Blues 2002

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