Famous in the first 1970s for such hit songs as “Get Straight down” and “Only Again (Naturally),” this Irish vocalist released many top UK albums, including Back again to Entrance and I’m a Article writer, Not really a Fighter. While their studies at the Swindon University of Artwork, he became the drummer for Rick Davies’ early group, Rick’s Blues. His initial Top Ten strike was the 1970 monitor “Nothing at all Rhymed.” In 2011, he released an record titled Gilbertville. Blessed Raymond Edward O’Sullivan, he was raised in Waterford, Ireland and Wiltshire, Britain. He and his Norwegian wife, Aase, welcomed their initial little girl, Helen-Marie, in 1980, and their second kid, Tara, in 1982. In the past due 1960s, music supervisor Gordon Mills (who also displayed the popular vocalist Engelbert Humperdinck) authorized O’Sullivan to his MAM Information label.