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Uriah Heep Guitarist Comments On The Psssing Of Gary Moore

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Mick Box, guitarist for British hard rock veterans Uriah Heep, has posted the following statement online regarding he passing of guitar legend Gary Moore:

"On Sunday it was very sad to read that Gary Moore had died. I was most upset, as I have known Gary for many years, and he is a wonderful guitarist and friend. He will be sadly missed, but he leaves us with a wonderful legacy of music, and my heart goes out to his family. Rest in peace, my friend!"

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1. albert e dunlop writes:

i can remember a young gary moore playing on stage in holywoods queens hall he played 4/5 songs before the showband came on he must have been around 11/12 year old at the time little did i know he would go on to be one of the greatest guitarists in the world it just shows what can happen when you start them young garys father bob was the dance promoter of holywoods queens hall in those days. r. i. p gary & deepest sympathy to all the family albert e dunlop holywood n.ireland.

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