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Category: Fallen Heroes

Shy and TNT vocalist dead at 57. Tony Mills (1962-2019) remembered.

Shy toured with the likes of Bon Jovi, Meat Loaf, Twisted Sister, Gary Moore, Magnum, Manowar, Badlands and UFO. Mills also sang backing vocals on Cinderella’s debut album, “Night Songs”. The band’s 1987 album, the AOR classic “Excess All Areas”, featured Shy’s biggest hit, the Don Dokken co-write “Break Down the Walls”.

Andre Matos

Power metal vocalist Andre Matos (1971-2019) remembered

Brazilian vocalist, pianist and composer Andre Matos died on June 8th following a heart attack. Having become an international name through his time fronting Angra, Matos was also associated with Viper, Shaaman, Symfonia and Avantasia. Since 2006, Matos had been dedicating his time primarily to his solo band.

Phil McCormack

Molly Hatchet singer Phil McCormack (1960-2019) remembered

Formerly of The Roadducks (who released one album, “Get Ducked” in 1987), Phil McCormack had stood in for Brown briefly in early 1992 (the same year as he sung on two tracks, “Let Me Be Your Driver” and the title track off the Savoy Brown album “Let It Ride”) and joined them as their new singer in 1995.

Paul Raymond R.I.P.

UFO keyboardist/guitarist Paul Raymond (1945-2019) remembered

Aged 73, Paul Raymond died from a heart attack on April 13th 2019, having just started on what UFO – who he first joined in 1976 – refers to as their final world tour, “Last Orders: 50th Anniversary”. Raymond’s career stretched from jazz through psychedelic pop and progressive blues to hard and heavy rock, recording with the likes of Plastic Penny, Chicken Shack, Savoy Brown, MSG, Waysted and his own Paul Raymond Project.

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