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  1. Snowy White. British singer/guitarist, born on March 3, 1948 in Barnstaple, Devon, England. Prior to recording his debut album under his own name in 1983, Snowy White was a session guitarist with artists such as Pink Floyd and Peter Green and also briefly a member of Thin Lizzy in 1980-'81. In recent years he has fronted his own band Snowy ...

  2. Snowy White (oik. Terence Charles White, s. 3. maaliskuuta 1948 Barnstaple, Devon) on englantilainen kitaristi, joka on tullut tunnetuksi mm. Pink Floydin taustakitaristina sekä Thin Lizzyn jäsenenä. Hän on ollut mukana myös Pink Floydista tutun Roger Watersin soolokiertueilla.

  3. www.snowywhite.com › snowy-white-biographysnowy white biography

    Snowy White is one of a handful of classic blues-orientated British electric guitar players - musicians whose sound, technique and style has echoed the originality of the blues with the excitement of contemporary rock.. At the age of eleven he first heard the urban blues sound that had been emanating from the United States, people such as BB King, Buddy Guy, Otis Rush and Albert King, and was ...

  4. 18 de abr. de 2019 · Provided to YouTube by Snowy WhiteWhy Do I Still Have the Blues? (feat. The White Flames) · Snowy White · The White Flames · Snowy White · Snowy WhiteThe Sit...

  5. Snowy White. 7,682 likes · 8 talking about this. .

  6. Snowy White, de son vrai nom Terence Charles White est né le 3 mars 1948 dans le comté de Devon, Angleterre. Guitariste de génie, il a accompagné divers groupes de rock mythiques. On reconnaît sa touche en compagnie de sa guitare Gibson Les Paul Goldtop. Snowy White a également marqué les esprits avec son solo « Bird of paradise » qui ...

  7. "Bird of Paradise" is the debut single by former Thin Lizzy guitarist Snowy White, from his debut album, White Flames, released in 1983. The single became White's biggest hit, peaking at no. 6 on the UK Singles Chart in January 1984, remaining on the chart for 11 weeks. The song was the only single released from the album, and is White's signature song.