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|Birth name||Peter Gill|
|Born||9 June 1951 (age 67)|
|Associated acts||The Glitter Band, Saxon, Motörhead|
Gill was one of the two drummers in The Glitter Band, then formed part of the original line-up of Saxon in 1978. He stayed with them until 1981, recording their first four albums, leaving the band after he injured his hand. Gill later spent three years with Motörhead, 1984 to 1987, recording four new tracks for the compilation No Remorse, The Birthday Party and one full album, Orgasmatron. The band also toured extensively in the time Gill was a member. After years of absence Gill reunited with his former Saxon colleagues in a new band, named Son of a Bitch with bassist Steve Dawson and guitarist Graham Oliver. Gill stayed briefly in the band, recording only one album called Victim You. in 1996.
Son of a Bitch
- (1996) Victim You
Video and DVDs
- (1986) The Birthday Party VHS Video - 60 Minutes.
- "Saxon Biography". Billboard. Retrieved 14 June 2017.
- Webb, Spike (2012). Mad, Bad and Dangerous - The Book of Drummers' Tales. John Blake.
- Dome, Malcolm. "Saxon And The Story Of Denim And Leather". Team Rock. Retrieved 14 June 2017.
- Burridge, Alan (April 1991). "Motörhead". Record Collector (140): 16–22.
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