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BORN ON THIS DAY IN 1951 - THIN LIZZY'S SCOTT GORHAM

Born on this day in 1951 – American guitarist and songwriter Scott Gorham Thin Lizzy, who had the 1976 hit single ‘The Boys Are Back In Town’ and the UK No.2 album Live and Dangerous. Gorham joined the band at a time when their future was in doubt after the departures of original guitarist Eric Bell and his brief replacement Gary Moore.
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Thin Lizzy’s Scott Gorham: ‘Golf Saved My Ass’

Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham said the game of golf had been instrumental in escaping his heroin addiction. In a new interview with Classic Rock, he also reflected on his wayward childhood, which featured several run-ins with the law. “Growing up, I kept landing myself in trouble,” Gorham said. “I...
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Thin Lizzy’s Scott Gorham: ‘Golf Saved My Ass’

Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham said the game of golf had been instrumental in escaping his heroin addiction. In a new interview with Classic Rock, he also reflected on his wayward childhood, which featured several run-ins with the law. “Growing up, I kept landing myself in trouble,” Gorham said. “I...
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Scott Gorham leaves Black Star Riders to focus on Thin Lizzy

Scott Gorham has quit Black Star Riders in order to focus on his recording and touring commitments with Thin Lizzy, it has been announced. The departure was confirmed in a statement published to the band's social media, which revealed that the prospects of a heavy touring and hectic recording schedule were among the factors that encouraged the electric guitar player’s decision.
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Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham steps away from Black Star Riders

Black Star Riders have announced the departure of founding member (and lead guitarist) Scott Gorham. The news comes as the band also announced a multi-album record deal with Earache Records and plans for an extensive world tour to support their upcoming fifth record. Gorham isn't entirely out of the fold...
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SCOTT GORHAM Says That ‘The Time Was Right’ For Him To Leave BLACK STAR RIDERS

Scott Gorham says that “the time was right” for him to leave BLACK STAR RIDERS. Gorham was in BLACK STAR RIDERS for nearly a decade, having formed the band in 2013 with other THIN LIZZY members after deciding to write and record new music under a new moniker. BLACK STAR RIDERS‘ original lineup was completed by vocalist Ricky Warwick, guitarist Damon Johnson, bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer Jimmy DeGrasso.
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