This is a lot man that needs no introduction among fans of classic rock.
Co-founder of The Almighty in Glasgow Scotland who enjoyed ten top forty singles and four top twenty albums in the U.K. and touring worldwide with iconic bands such as The Ramones, Motörhead, Megadeth and Iron Maiden.
This is the man that took the lead vocalist spot in the final version of Thin Lizzy, the front man and songwriter of what became Black Star Riders along with Scott Gorham, Ricky has released multiple solo records, and worked with some of the finest names in the classic rock world including Joe Eliott of Def Leppard who co-produced and sang backing vocals on Rickys solo album and toured globally opening for the likes of Def Leppard, Cheap Trick, Bryan Adams and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
In January 2010 Ricky received a call from his old friend Scott Gorham who was spearheading a reformation of Ireland’s favourite sons Thin Lizzy and wanted Ricky to front the new line up.” I was shocked, terrified, excited and extremely humbled when I got that call. Phil Lynott was my hero and Thin Lizzy were the soundtrack of my life. I realized that I could never hope or even dare to try and stand in Phil’s shoes, all I could do was try and stand beside them and sing his songs with as much heart, soul and passion possible.
In early 2021 Ricky Warwick released his fifth solo album.
Once again Warwick tapped some of his closest friends for guest appearances on the record such as Andy Taylor( Duran Duran & Power Station) Luke Morley,( Thunder) Joe Elliott,( Def Leppard) and Dizzy Reed, (Guns n Roses )