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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Guitardvark, Sep 13, 2020.
Don’t forget Billy
Good call! I stand corrected.
a few more from CA:
EDIT: add Lindsey Buckingham
George Thorogood of the DELAWARE Destroyers.
Bob Marley spent some time in Wilmington, wrote some of his early hits there.
Vinnie Moore — UFO
Good to see Jimmy McCulloch, Roddy Frame and Dave Flett there!
One or two more for the Scottish guitarists list:
Ricky Gardiner (played lead on Bowie’s Low album)
Ian Bairnson (played with the Alan Parsons Project, and also the great guitar solo on the fade of Wuthering Heights)
Hugh Burns (prolific session player)
Davey Johnstone (Elton John’s longtime guitarist)
Stuart Braithwaite and John Cummings (both Mogwai)
Some from my country: Eddie van Halen, Jan Akkerman, George Kooymans, Ad van den Berg, Eddy Christiani.
Some notable players from Cymru:
Andy Fairweather Low
...and Pino Palladino too.
Also, Albert Lee was born literally 2 miles outside Wales.
We can claim Jim McCarty and Wayne Kramer too.
I’ve been trying to since 1991
Bonus points... Dick Dale went to my high school.
Don't forget Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau of the band Boston (Tom Sholtz was from somewhere in the midwest).
Joe Satriani is from New York and Carlos Santana is Mexican.
I was just referring to Ontario, but you are absolutely right about Joni Mitchell.
Daniel Lanois from Quebec — legendary as a producer too.
Ranger Doug Green was born in Illinois. However he attended Cranbrook, a fancy prep school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and graduated from University of Michigan.
heh takes a long time to get thru all the Texans indeed. Saw a lot of names long forgotten.
UK Rocks too and I would be glad to annex the UK as the 51st state..Canada can be 52nd
you want to get into guitar playin singin Songwriters
We can start a whole new Texas list.
thanks guys lot of fun to read these post