PHIL LYNOTT's Son Sees THIN LIZZY Perform For First Time

According to Independent.ie, Galway, Ireland-based sculptor Macdaragh Lambe who made newspaper headlines in 2003 when he was revealed as THIN LIZZY legend Phil Lynott's only son saw his father's band perform for the first time at Slane Castle in Ireland on May 28.

"I wasn't here the first time my dad played 30 years ago, but seeing THIN LIZZY tonight, in this setting, with Lord Henry it's something I am going to remember for the rest of my life," said Lambe.

"It was marvelous seeing and hearing the crowd getting into my dad's songs. He's not around, but his music was rocking Slane again. I was very humbled and moved to be witnessing it," he added.

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