Denny Laine - " Go Now"

DENNY LAINE - MOODY BLUES / PAUL MCCARTNEY & WINGS

Denny Laine began his career as a professional musician fronting Denny & The Diplomats, which also included drummer Bev Bevan. In 1964, Laine left The Diplomats to join Mike Pinder in the Moody Blues, where he sang their first big hit, "Go Now." He was lead singer on the Moody Blues' debut album "The Magnificent Moodies" in 1965. After leaving The Moody Blues, he formed The Electric String Band, but it was in 1971 that Denny joined Paul and Linda McCartney to create Wings. He stayed with them for a decade with Denny providing lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals, keyboards, bass, writing and co-writing skills. He co-wrote "Mull of Kintyre" with Paul, and Denny has recorded solo albums and toured in the years since

 

 

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