Welcome to my Music Diary – today for the 11th September!
In 1947 drummer Gerald „Gerry“ Conway was born in King’s Lynn, Norfolk (UK). In the seventies Conway played for Cat Stevens‚ backing band for six years. In 1981 he joined Jethro Tull for the recordings of „The Broadsword and the Beast“ and also played the tour in Europe.
In 1987 he did some recording sessions with Tull again for the album „Crest of a Knave„. His drumming can be heard on the tracks „Jump Start“, „Said she was a Dancer“, „Budapest“, „The Waking Edge“ and „Part of the Machine“. In 1998 he became the drummer and percussionist for the legendary Folk-Rock band Fairport Convention.
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