Gary Tibbs

A versatile slap, fretless, and fingerstyle player, Gary Tibbs fetched funk-fusion fluidity to Roxy Music upon their reformation as evidenced on Manifesto (1979) and Flesh + Blood (1980).

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Gary also anchored a version of Adam & The Ants replete with the obligatory tarted up New Romantic jim jams, and also helmed fairly decent sides by Brian May, Corey Hart, The Vibrators, Kristy MacColl, and Hazel O’Connor, to cite a fringe few.