Amazing Irish guitarist and singer from the Blues and Hard Rock scene. He is very underrated, but still a legend between bluesmen having played with legends such as B.B King, or Albert King and being responsible for mixing hard rock guitar with blues, by still having the "emotion" known for blues and keeping it blues.
He was born in the 14th of April 1952, and is responsible for songs such as "Parisienne Walkways", "Out In The Fields", "After The War", "Cold Day In Hell", "The Loner", "Wild Frontier", "Still Got The Blues", "Empty Rooms", "Story Of The Blues", and "Murder In The Skies".
If you haven't heard those songs, I recommend you to do it.
Gary Moore went through different stages in his career going from Blues to rock and metal and back to blues. But he always shinned and keeps shining in what he does.
Guy 1: Hey Guy 2, did you listen to "Gary Moore - Murder In The Skies"?
Guy 2: Yes! It's so intense!
Guy 1: Hey Guy 2, did you listen to "Gary Moore - Parisienne Walkways"?
Guy 2: Yes! The emotion made me cry a river!