Paul Raymond, English keyboardist and guitarist, Died at 73

English keyboardist and guitarist Paul Martin Raymond was born on November 16, 1945, and died on April 13, 2019.

He started his musical profession in January 1964 as a jazz musician.

Later, Raymond joined Plastic Penny as their keyboardist/vocalist.

At the time, he also supplanted Christine McVie (nee: Perfect) in British blues band Chicken Shack when she left for a performance career; later she joins Fleetwood Mac.

He then joined Savoy Brown as their keyboardist/guitarist.

Ultimately Raymond recorded with the previous Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan.

Raymond was selected by the group UFO in 1976 to supplant their first keyboardist, Danny Peyronel.

Raymond composed melodies for UFO but since of a past distributing bargain was not credited for these tunes until late years.

At the point when Michael Schenker left UFO, he joined Schenker’s own band, MSG, in 1981 and later joined UFO bassist Pete Way’s own band, Waysted, in 1983.

He worked with Phil Mogg, Andy Parker, alongside Schenker and Way, in UFO from 1976– 1981, 1984– 1986, 1993– 1998 and 2003– 2019.

He was left given and played guitar with the strings transformed.

Raymond passed away from a heart assault at 73 years old.

At the season of his demise, UFO had quite recently begun what they allude to as their last world visit, named “Last Orders”.

Paul Raymond passed away at 73 years old.