Gary Hoey

Gary Hoey (born August 23, 1960) is a surferrock musician. At fourteen, Hoey often lingered outside Boston’s renowned Berklee College of Music, making friends and offering to pay for lessons. To devote his time to music, he dropped out of high school and began playing Boston’s local clubs and teaching guitar to other young players. He auditioned for Ozzy Osbourne in 1988, when Osbourne was searching for a replacement for Jake E. Lee, but the job went to Zakk Wylde. In 1990, he teamed with singer Joel Ellis, bassist Rex Tennyson, and drummer Frankie Banali to form Heavy Bones. The band released their debut album in 1992, but broke up shortly afterwards. Klik hier voor meer informatie.

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Mass Hysteria

Low Rider

Black Magic Woman

Fade To Blue

City Sunrise

Deep South Cafe

Joy to the World

Motown Fever

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