In a recent interview with GuitarWorld.com, legendary vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) was asked about his memories of the late guitarist Gary Moore.
“Gary and I became very good friends in 1980,” Glenn replied. “He left a THIN LIZZY tour midway through. He just disappeared — but he actually disappeared to my house. He couldn’t take playing in a band anymore, and he had this tendency to just jump ship. I remember Phil Lynott calling my house and saying, ‘If you’ve got him over there, I’m gonna slit your throat.’ The idea of someone slitting my throat didn’t make me happy.
“Gary and I formed this little combo called G FORCE. As soon as it started, I was out of it because I was too…
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