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Northern Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter. Wikipedia

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  • Van Morrison

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    • Following the addition of guitarist Henry McCullough, Wings' first concert tour began in 1972 with a debut performance in front of an audience of seven hundred at the University of Nottingham.Paul McCartney-Wikipedia
    • On 24 January 1972, McCartney added to the Wings line-up guitarist Henry McCullough, after he had tried out for the band.Paul McCartney and Wings-Wikipedia
    • In early 1972, McCartney decided to expand Wings to a five-piece band by adding another guitarist, Henry McCullough, and to begin touring with the group.Red Rose Speedway-Wikipedia
    • The album was cut down to a single disc by McCartney – according to Henry McCullough, in an attempt to release a more commercial and less expensive record.Red Rose Speedway-Wikipedia
    • The new touring line-up of Cocker's Grease Band featured Henry McCullough on lead guitar, who would go on to briefly play with McCartney's Wings.Joe Cocker-Wikipedia
    • The recording also includes a guitar solo by Henry McCullough that some commentators view as a highlight of the track.My Love (Paul McCartney and Wings song)-Wikipedia

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