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Phil Lynott Exhibition In Dublin: Photos And Memories

by | 1st, March 2011

IT’S not long since Gary Moore died. A retrospective on his life is overdue in a TV schedule littered by dross and pap. While we wait for that, we went to see the Phil Lynott exhibition at the Creative Space in St. Stephens Green shopping centre, Dublin. “Still in Love With You”, organised by Hot Press magazine, features the “biggest ever collection of memorabilia, song lyrics, exhibits, paintings, tributes and photographs of the late rock legend”, who died 25 years ago. He died too young. But, then, the best often do.

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A Lonley Hearts ad written by Phil Lynott in 1972 which forms part of a new Exhibition on the life and times of the Thin Lizzy star organised by Hot Press Magazine, entitled "Still in love with you" which opens at the Creative Space in St. Stephens Green shopping centre in Dublin on Friday March 4th. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photio Picture date Tuesday March 1, 2011. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

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