26 March 1953
|Died||1 December 1989(aged 36)|
|Years active||1969 -1989|
William "Billy" Lyall (26 March 1953 – 1 December 1989) was a Scottish musician.
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Lyall was a keyboard player, vocalist and occasional flautist with Pilot, and an early member of the Bay City Rollers. He was keyboard player for Dollar between 1978 & 1982, and also contributed to The Alan Parsons Project with fellow Pilot members. He left Pilot in early 1976 and released a solo album, Solo Casting later that year. He also contributed string arrangements and synthesizer parts to an album by the band Runner (Island records) in 1979.
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