Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous
A Thin Lizzy tribute like nothing you have
heard before. A
Band featuring a line up to die for, hallmarked for performing
Thin Lizzy s classic Live and Dangerous album with all
the energy and enthusiasm of the original.
The attraction of Johnny Fox and of Thin Az
Lizzy heritage should inspire any ardent Lizzy fan. These
guys are no strangers to the Irish music circuit.
The Sunday Independent once described Johnnys deep
as close to the real thing , as any singer
has come. Hes also a mean fender bass man.
Sweet Savage guitarist Speedo Wilson, will be joining
the lads for their upcoming shows in the new year, Speedo
has played with the guys at various occasions before,
supporting Status Quo & doing a concert to raise funds
for the Phil Lynott statue in Belfast.
Sweet Savage have a long time connection with Thin
Lizzy, as they supported TL back in '81/'82 on the Renegade
album tour and 30 years later (last year) throughout
'I've always been a huge Thin Lizzy fan, and learned
most of my chops from listening to their guitarists,
obviously the fact that Gary Moore and Eric Bell came
from Belfast was a huge impact on me'.
Phil Edgar from Belfast with all the talent and flair
of a young Gary
Moore, the Gem from Antrims Tizz Lizzy.
Already a established performer at the annual vibe
for Philo noted for his exquisite melodic style
and sweet tone that is matchless.
Eamonn Ferris, the jewel from Co. Derry with the most
significant job of all on the drum, laying down the
groove and swing effortlessly in the style of the one
and only Brian Downey
A Thin Lizzy Show not to be missed .
Johnny Fox; Bass & vocals
Speedo Wilson ; guitar & vocal s
Phil Edgar; guitar & vocals
Eamon Ferris; Drums