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  1. 17 de ago. de 2022 · Guitarist Ray Majors has passed away together with his partner Sandy Dillon. Ray played guitar with Hackensack before playing with MOTT from 1975 to 1976 and British Lions from 1977 to 1978. My thoughts are with Ray's and Sandy's families at this difficult time. 10th August 2022.

  2. 11 de ago. de 2022 · Farewell, Sandy Dillon And Ray Majors. Two prominent figures of British musical landscape, Sandy Dillon and Ray Majors, left this mortal coil within days of each other: death did not do them part. There’s no details presently on the reason of the couple’s unexpected, untimely passing, but whatever it was, this news bring immense ...

  3. ray majors new solo cd "the 7% solution", the follow up to 'first poison" will be... sandy dillon and ray majors. 455 likes · 1 talking about this. news! ray majors new solo cd "the 7% solution", the follow up to 'first poison" will be released by angel air records in early 2014

  4. The new line-up consisted of Watts, Griffin, and Fisher along with lead guitarist Ray Majors (formerly of Opal Butterfly, Hackensack, and a brief stint with Andy Fraser and Frankie Miller) and front man Nigel Benjamin.

  5. › wiki › Sandy_DillonSandy Dillon - Wikipedia

    Dillon and Majors also contributed vocals and guitar to Sisters Euclid's album 96 Tears, a collection of cover versions. Dillon died in London in August 2022. Her death occurred just hours apart from that of her husband, Ray Majors.

  6. › rmajorsThe Mott Archive

    Ray Majors is now celebrating his fifth decade in music having served with HACKENSACK, MOTT, BRITISH LIONS, BOX OF FROGS and The YARDBIRDS. He is also celebrating the fact he is still alive, against tremendous odds having fought successfully Stage 3 throat cancer.

  7. Ray Majors – lead guitar, backing vocals; Laurie Garman – harmonica; 1996 Chris Dreja – rhythm guitar, backing vocals; Jim McCarty – drums, percussion, backing vocals; John Idan – lead vocals, bass; Laurie Garman – harmonica; Gypie Mayo – lead guitar, backing vocals; 1996–2003 Chris Dreja – rhythm guitar, backing vocals