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The Day Phil Lynott Died
The Thin Lizzy frontman died on Jan. 4, 1986.
How Thin Lizzy Tried to Conquer Adversity With ‘Chinatown’
Thin Lizzy dealt with some lineup changes in order to release 'Chinatown' on Oct. 10, 1980.
How Thin Lizzy Set the Stage for Their Breakthrough With ‘Fighting’
'Fighting' provided some much-needed clarity about where Thin Lizzy were headed, following a difficult period of transition.
The Story of Phil Lynott’s Final Thin Lizzy Show
Thin Lizzy took the stage Sept. 4, 1983 on the Monsters of Rock tour in Germany with Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne, Motorhead and others.
40 Years Ago: Thin Lizzy Bounce Back With ‘Bad Reputation’
'Bad Reputation,' Thin Lizzy's second album after 'Jailbreak,' was released on Sept. 2, 1977.
Eric Wrixon, Original Member of Them and Thin Lizzy, Dies
Eric Wrixon was a founding member of both Them and Thin Lizzy, but left before they became famous.
Thin Lizzy Almost Didn’t Release ‘The Boys Are Back in Town’
Rock history is full of stories about songs that only became hit records after a few strange twists of fate — a rich tradition that apparently includes Thin Lizzy's "The Boys Are Back in Town."
A Look Back at Thin Lizzy’s ‘Black Rose: A Rock Legend’
Thin Lizzy released 'Black Rose: A Rock Legend’' on April 13, 1979.
Hear the Thin Lizzy Supercut That Stitches Together More Than an Hour of Killer Solos
What's your favorite Thin Lizzy guitar solo? If your answer is "all of them," have we got a video for you.
‘Limelight’ Vs. ‘Jailbreak’ – March Riff Madness
Rush's 'Limelight' meets Thin Lizzy's 'Jailbreak' in round two of Ultimate Classic Rock's March Riff Madness.
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