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John Sykes (born 29 July 1959) is an English musician and songwriter, best known as a member of Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy and Tygers of Pan Tang. He also fronted the hard rock group Blue Murder, and has released several solo albums. Following a stint in the heavy metal group Tygers of Pan Tang in the early 1980s, Sykes joined the Irish hard rock group Thin Lizzy for their 1983 album Thunder and Lightining. Sykes then joined Whitesnake, with whom he released the multi-platinum selling 1987 album. However, Sykes was let go from the group before the album's release and thus decided to form his own band Blue Murder. After three albums, Sykes embarked on a solo career before reforming Thin Lizzy in the 1990s as tribute to the group's deceased frontman Phil Lynott. Sykes continued to front the group until 2009, when he left the band to continue his solo career. In 2006, Gibson released a limited line of signature John Sykes Les Pauls, which were modelled after his 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom, that he has used throughout most of his career.

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