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Denn der Darsteller legt nur eine Garry Moore ein. - NavigationsmenüDanach sollte ein Celtic-Rock-Album im Stil von Wild Frontier folgen. Garry Moore, Actor: It Happened to Jane. Garry Moore was born on January 31, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as Thomas Garrison Morfit. He was an actor, known for It Happened to Jane (), I've Got a Secret () and Fireside Theatre (). He was married to Mary Elizabeth Knoernschild deChant and Eleanor Borum Little. He died on November 28, in Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA. Actor. He is best remembered as the genial host of the television shows, I've Got a Secret, To Tell the Truth, and The Garry Moore Show. Born Thomas Garrison Morfit, he originally worked as a radio comedian and writer under his birth name for WBAL in Baltimore, Maryland. In , he changed his name to Garry Moore. Garry Moore was born on January 31, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as Thomas Garrison Morfit. He was an actor, known for It Happened to Jane (), I've Got a Secret () and Fireside Theatre (). He was married to Mary Elizabeth Knoernschild deChant and Eleanor Borum Little. He died on November 28, in Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA. Garry Moore (born Thomas Garrison Morfit; January 31, – November 28, ) was an American entertainer, comedic personality, game show host, and humorist best known for his work in television. He began a long career with the CBS network starting in radio from and then as a television host on several variety and game shows from Cry guitar, cry.
The guitar is Korean-made and based on the serial number S , built sometime between and Based on the info posted on the auction of this guitar in , Gary acquired it in late , after trying a similar guitar that was owned by George Harrison.
Gary was first seen using this guitar during Live At Montreux show recorded in on the song One Good Reason. The guitar featured cherry red finish, an ABR-1 […].
Gary used this guitar towards the later part of his career. According to the info posted on the auction of this guitar, the Stratocaster was given to […].
This is the first official Gary Moore signature model issued by Gibson. It was released in and produced until Gary himself used it often alongside his vintage Les Pauls.
The body was finished in amber burst […]. According to the auction of the guitar, Gary also used the guitar during the studio recording of the song Back to the Blues, The concert featured guest appearances from three Thin Lizzy guitarists Scott Gorham, Eric Bell, and Brian Robertson as well […].
Gary acquired this guitar around and used it occasionally on stage in the following years. Used occasionally towards the later part of his career, most notably during the Avo Session in It was equipped with two Custom Buckers […].
As far as the acoustics, at least in the early years, Gary pretty much stuck with one brand — Takamine. Everything we know about these guitars comes from a photo taken of his personal guitar collection in — since Gary was rarely seen playing acoustics live.
On the mentioned photo Gary was seen sitting […]. According to the International Musician interview from that same year, Gary used it on Victims of the Future.
The Takemine CPSC is a nylon string classical model featuring rosewood back and sides with a solid cedar top. This guitar serial no. Aside from that, Gary used it on April 27, , on […].
According to Gary himself, he acquired his first Marshall amp when he was 16 years old. Just to figure out when this might have happened, Gary turned 16 on April 4, , and he joined Skid Row around midway through that year.
So likely, the amp was purchased around the same time that he joined. Embed from Getty Images. Seen on the footage of Skid Row performing on the German TV program, Beat-Club.
At that time, Gary played a customized Gibson Les Paul. This hand-wired VOX AC30 amplifier, manufactured around , was used by Gary Moore when he was in Colosseum II.
According to Gary himself, the amp had gone missing in while touring. Allegedly used at the start of the Run for the Cover tour circa The amp was used very briefly together with some Marshalls, at least according to the auction page of this amp.
It seems that after that, Gary moved onto a smaller Gallien-Krueger Series II ML combo amps, which he ran through Marshall […].
This amp was first mentioned by Gary in an interview he did with International Musician in November They look like little practice amplifiers, but they are actually a lot more elaborate.
They have their own stereo chorus built in, two channels, a very dirty one and a very clean one, and a compressor which […].
Gary acquired this amp sometime around The first album that the amp was used on was the release Wild Frontier, it is impossible to say […].
Allegedly, Gary acquired an early version of the JTM45 reissue amp, which at that time in was still in state of development.
He used the amp first on his album Still Got the Blues. Gary was seen using Soldano SLO amps in the early 90s during the Still Got the Blues and After Hours tours.
Used first around early 80s, and at least up until , and the Wild Frontier tour. Gary Moore — International […].
In the early to mid 80s Gary started using a number of Boss pedals, including a Boss CE-3 Chorus. Used around early 80s, alongside some other Boss pedals, like the CE-3 Chorus and the BF-2 Flanger.
By , the pedals were gone, and only the Boss DS-1 Distortion remained. Gary […]. Thomas Garrison Morfit . Baltimore, Maryland , U.
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Archived from the original on April 27, December 21, Retrieved 22 January TV Radio Mirror. Retrieved 22 December Retrieved 18 March After moving to Dublin, Moore joined Irish blues rock band Skid Row.
At the time, the group were fronted by vocalist Phil Lynott. He and Moore soon became friends, and they shared a bedsit in Ballsbridge.
After leaving Skid Row, Phil Lynott formed the hard rock group Thin Lizzy. After the departure of guitarist Eric Bell , Moore was recruited to help finish the band's ongoing tour in early During his time with the group, Moore recorded three songs with them, including " Still in Love with You ", which he co-wrote.
The song was later included on Thin Lizzy's fourth album Nightlife. Moore then left Thin Lizzy in April In , Moore rejoined Thin Lizzy for a tour of the United States after guitarist Brian Robertson injured his hand in a bar fight.
Moore took his place once again, this time for long enough to record the album Black Rose: A Rock Legend , which was released in The record was a success, being certified gold in the UK.
He subsequently said he had no regrets about leaving the band, "but maybe it was wrong the way I did it. I could've done it differently, I suppose.
But I just had to leave. Some of the performances were released on the live album Life. Following Lynott's death in January ,  Moore performed with members of Thin Lizzy at the Self Aid concert the following May.
A recording of the concert was released as One Night in Dublin: A Tribute to Phil Lynott. In , Moore released the album Grinding Stone , which was credited to The Gary Moore Band.
The song reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart and is considered Moore's signature song. Dirty Fingers was eventually released in Japan in , followed by an international release the next year.
After moving to London and signing a new recording contract with Virgin , Moore released his second solo album Corridors of Power in During the supporting tour for Corridors of Power , singer John Sloman was also hired to share lead vocal duties with Moore, while Eyre was replaced by Don Airey.
In , Moore released his fifth solo album Run for Cover , which featured guest vocals by Phil Lynott and Glenn Hughes. Glenn Hughes was supposed to join the band on bass, but due to his substance abuse problems, he was replaced by Bob Daisley.
For the accompanying tour, former Black Sabbath drummer Eric Singer joined Moore's backing band. However, he was replaced by Chris Slade for the supporting tour.
Moore told former Thin Lizzy guitarist Eric Bell that after listening to some of his own albums, he thought they were "the biggest load of fucking shite" he had ever heard.
In , Moore released the album Still Got the Blues , which saw him returning to his blues roots and collaborating with the likes of Albert King , Albert Collins and George Harrison.
He now sported a smart blue suit for videos and live performances instead of being "all dolled up like some guy in Def Leppard ".
This was a conscious decision by Moore to attract new listeners and inform his old audience that "this was something new".
Still Got the Blues was followed up by 's After Hours , which went platinum in Sweden and gold in the UK. Some of the songs would later appear on the live album Live at Montreux In , Moore joined progressive jazz fusion group Colosseum II , which was formed after the demise of bandleader Jon Hiseman 's previous band Colosseum.
Moore recorded three albums with the group, before leaving to join Thin Lizzy in He declined, but G-Force helped Osbourne audition other musicians for his band.
They recorded two studio albums together, 's Greg Lake and 's Manoeuvres ,  as well as the live album King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Greg Lake in Concert , which was released in From to , Moore was a member of the short-lived power trio BBM "Baker Bruce Moore" , which also featured Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker , both formerly of Cream.
After just one album and a European tour, the trio disbanded. The project was marred by personality clashes between members as well as "ear problems" Moore sustained during the tour.
I think that politically Jack [Bruce] was used to having his own band, I was used to having my own band and so it was very difficult.
Over the course of his career, Moore played with several of other artists, including George Harrison,  Dr.
Strangely Strange ,  Andrew Lloyd Webber , Rod Argent , Gary Boyle ,  B. King ,  The Traveling Wilburys and The Beach Boys.
Moore's first marriage was to Kerry, which lasted from to Moore later had a daughter, Lily, during a relationship with Jo Rendle. In the mids, Moore was involved in a bar fight which left him with permanent facial scarring.
This had a profound effect on Moore. And it came out in other ways too. It must be a hard thing to come back from something like that.
Moore died of a heart attack in his sleep at the age of 58 during the early hours of 6 February At the time he was on holiday with his girlfriend at the Kempinski Hotel in Estepona , Spain.
His death was confirmed by Thin Lizzy 's manager Adam Parsons. Moore was buried in a private ceremony at St Margaret's Churchyard , Rottingdean , East Sussex, England, with only family and close friends in attendance.
His eldest son Jack and his uncle Cliff Moore performed the Irish ballad " Danny Boy " at his funeral. This was reported in The Belfast Telegraph as "a flawless tribute at which some mourners in the church wept openly".
Moore was known for having an eclectic career, having performed blues, hard rock, heavy metal and jazz fusion. If I go back and listen to some of that stuff, I go, 'Shit.
Did I really play that? One of Moore's biggest influences was guitarist Peter Green. He was absolutely fantastic, everything about him was so graceful.
Moore later described this as a life-changing experience: "Within two seconds of the opening track, I was blown away. The guitar sound itself was so different.
You could hear the blues in it, but prior to that all the guitar you heard in rock, well pop, music had been very staid, very polite.
Just listen to the early Beatles and The Shadows to see what I mean. They were great, but Eric Clapton transcended it completely. King as influences.
Moore has been described as a virtuoso by numerous publications. During the s, Moore often used major or natural minor scales.
During the second half of his career, Moore's playing was characterised by his use of pentatonic and blues scales.
Moore stated: "When you get into the habit of leaving a space, you become a much better player for it. If you've got an expressive style and can express your emotions through your guitar, and you've got a great tone, it creates a lot of tension for the audience.Garry Moore. International photographer portfolio. Working in Advertising, Automotive, Landscape and more. The Garry Moore Show was a five-mornings-a-week melange of sketches, music and conversation. Despite a low budget, it was sufficiently offbeat to attract such guests as Victor Borge, Carl Sandburg. Gary was first seen using this guitar during the Thin Lizzy Black Rose Tour. According to Gary, the guitar used to belong to Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols. [Gary Moore at No, ] Unfortunately at this time, not much is known about the guitar. Gary likely got it between mid and late , when he [ ].