Ronnie Leahy

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Ronald 'Ronnie' Leahy (born 4 October 1947, in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland) is a keyboard player best known for his work with Jack Bruce, Jon Anderson, Steve Howe on his second solo album and Nazareth (1998–2002, when Leahy retired from touring). He first gained recognition as keyboardist in the second line-up of Scottish band Stone the Crows. He also played in White Trash.[1]

In the early 1980s, Leahy was a member of The New Life Band that accompanied Jon Anderson on a European tour and recorded Song of Seven (1980). Ronnie Leahy currently plays with Scottish-based blues band Dr. Hip and the Blues Operation.

Discography[edit]

  • Stone The Crows -
  • Teenage Licks - (1971)
  • Ontinuous Performance (1972)
  • Nazareth -
  • Nazareth - Boogaloo (1998)
  • Nazareth - Homecoming (2002) (Live)
  • Nazareth - Alive & Kicking (2003) (Live)

Participations[edit]

  • The Dukes - The Dukes (1979)
  • Steve Howe - Steve Howe album (1979)
  • Jon Anderson - Song of Seven (1980)
  • Jon Anderson - Animation (1982)
  • Ronnie Leahy : Ascendancy Music From The Edward Bennett Film (1983)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bramwell, Tony; Kingsland, Rosemary (2006-05-15). Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles. Macmillan. p. 330. ISBN 978-0-312-33044-6. Retrieved 19 February 2011.