Legendary Blues guitarist Pete Haycock passed away on Wednesday October 30th. Pete was most famous for his time in The Climax Blues Band; especially for his self-penned massive worldwide hit "Couldn’t Get It Right."
by Peter Thelen, Published 2013-11-02He had just finished a new album, and was looking forward to touring it with the superb band he has been working with for the last five years, firstly on the "LovePower and Peace" sharing project, closely followed by "Broke Heart Blues" which Pete envisaged as the new true Climax Blues Band recordings.
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