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By: Brian Gill

That Boogie Beat Damn Killed My Soul

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I have been involved in the music business in various roles since 1961. I was bought my first guitar when I was 12 years old, on which I slogged away for a year. In 1962, I joined my first band, the Phantoms. Then the Sparticans came for me in 1963, then in 1965, I was invited to join the Nomads, who were local pop stars!

This began a life in which I would meet many of the good and great in the music industry, including a Beatle, with whom we made a record. In 1979, with my friend, old bandmate and future business partner, keyboard player John DaCosta, I decided to open a music shop – the first of many we would open in the coming years. After an epic roller coaster ride of ambition and excess, it all came crashing down for me in 1994 and I was forced to rethink my life. Today I live a complicated but thoroughly enjoyable life in Thailand, still playing the guitar and writing songs, but no longer trying to run music shops…

Brian Gill was born in Woodford and lived in Essex for some years before moving to Glastonbury. He has been married 3 times and has 5 children. He has been a musician since the age of 12 and played in numerous bands. He now lives in Thailand and commutes to and from England, where he still has family and friends. He still plays the guitar, sings and writes songs.

 

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