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Brian Willoughby
Background information
Born (1949-09-20) 20 September 1949 (age 72)
OriginGlenarm, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
GenresRock, folk
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsAcoustic and electric guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin.
Years active1960s–present
LabelsCabritunes Records
Associated actsCathryn Craig, Strawbs, Mary Hopkin, Dave Cousins, Nanci Griffith, Monty Python, The Monks, Bridget St.John, High Society, New World, Jim Diamond, John Wright, Tom & Barbara Brown, Jack Hudson, Pete Ryder, Bob E Baker, Reckless Johnny Wales, Michael Snow, Bill Lloyd, Brian Connolly, Brian McDade, Mary Dawson, Bonnie Dobson, Maureen Kennedy-Martin, The Sharpees, Damian Wilson, Kenny Speirs.

Brian Willoughby (born 20 September 1949) is a British guitarist. He has worked with many musicians, notably Dave Cousins and The Strawbs, Mary Hopkin, as well as releasing solo work.[1]

Discography

(UK releases unless stated otherwise)

Albums

Solo

With other artists

Countless other albums as session player – 1969 – present.

Singles

Countless other singles as session player 1969 – present.

DVDs

References

  1. ^ "Brian Willoughby at Strawbsweb". Retrieved 26 November 2010.