Eagle Rock, Catalog No. EAGCD535
Track listing:
1.If The Devil Made Whisky
2.Thirty Days
3.Trouble At Home
4.Hard Times
5.Eyesight To The Blind
6.I Had A Dream
7.Too Tired
8. Gary's Blues 1
9. Don't Believe a Word
10.Still Got The Blues
11.Walking By Myself
12.The Blues Is Alright


The late Gary Moore was one of the finest and most respected guitarists of his generation. This show, recorded at London’s Bush Hall on 17th May 2007, was originally broadcast by Planet Rock radio, in a shorter format. This is the first time the complete recording has been made available outside of the broadcast version. The concert features a number of tracks from Gary’s then newly released “Close As You Get” album, many of which he rarely played live after this, alongside classics from his extensive back catalogue. Gary Moore was a great live performer and this CD will be a welcome addition to any fan’s collection.

European release September 22nd, 2015. US release, September 23rd Japanese release September 10th, (Ward Records - VQCD-10398) with a live bonus track, Parisienne Walkways (Live).

Blues For Jimi DVD and CD live set.

Eagle Records will re-release it as a DVD+CD set.

Recorded at Hippodrome in London on 25th October 2007. Gary Moore, Darrin Mooney and Dave Bronze performed a set of Jimi Hendrix classics, with very special guests, Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell, who joined Gary to play three classic Jimi Hendrix songs.

Gary Moore - Blues For Jimi Eagle - EAGDV034 (CD+DVD) - 6th October 2014
Track List:
1. Purple Haze
2. Manic Depression
3. Foxy Lady
4. The Wind Cries Mary
5. I Don't Live Today
6. My Angel
7. Angel
8. Fire
9. Red House*
10. Stone Free*
11. Hey Joe*
12. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
* featuring Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox

The Gary Moore Exhibition

Oh Yeah Music Centre, 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast

Gary Moore was an exceptional guitarist, songwriter and performer. His solo records are internationally admired, likewise his work with the likes of Thin Lizzy, Skid Row, The Traveling Wilburys, BB King and George Harrison.

Gary was born in Belfast on April 4, 1952. Sadly, he passed away on February 6, 2011. To mark what would have been his 60th birthday, the family of Gary Moore is helping with a unique exhibition of his personal effects. This will be launched at the Oh Yeah music centre in Belfast on April 4, at 6pm.

The exhibition includes:

Gary’s Black ‘quilted’ Gibson Les Paul guitar

A suit, shirt and shoes, specially commissioned by the tailor Gresham Blake for an Amnesty International event.

A series of gold albums, framed magazine covers, signed photos, tour passes, posters and flyers.

A brass plaque to mark a sold out Hammersmith Odeon show, in 2001

A mounted brick from the Martime Hotel, Belfast, presented by the Belfast Blues Society to Gary.

Plus many more effects. This is the first of a series of events that will mark the legendary achievements of Gary Moore.

Oh Yeah Music Centre, 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast

Weekdays: 9am to 5pm

Weekends: 1am to 5pm

Admission free

Some follow up media stories:

UTV News

Hot Press

Uber Rock

Planet Mosh

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Vinyl Double Album
Rock Classics

Released: July 17th, 2015

You can order the album: Here

SIDE A 1.If The Devil Made Whiskey 2.Thirty Days 3.Trouble At Home 4.Hard Times
5.Eyesight To The Blind
SIDE B 6.I Had A Dream 7.Too Tired 8.Gary's Blues 1
SIDE C 9.Don't Believe A Word 10.Still Got The Blues 11.Walking By Myself
SIDE D 12.The Blues Is Alright 13.Sundown

Guitarist Magazine, February 2016, Edition - out now, in the UK

To help mark the upcoming 5th anniversary of Gary's untimely passing, the latest edition of Guitarist magazine, features on the cover, Gary's 1959 Les Paul Standard, the one used to record and perform "Still got the Blues." Inside the magazine you can find a "lost" interview with Gary from the time of the "Blues for Greeny" album release, a run down of various items of Gary's equipment, a selection of which is planned to go under the hammer later this year, and a collection of stunning photographs of the 1959 Les Paul and the various items that feature in the article. Footage of some of the items being played can be found here

A copy of the magazine can be ordered by clicking on the picture of the cover, below.