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Denny Laine
Denny Laine
Denny Laine on stage with Wings in 1976
Background info
Full name Brian Frederick Hines
Also known as Denny Laine
Birthday/Birthplace (1944-10-29) 29 October 1944 (age 73)
Origin Birmingham, England
  • Rock and roll
  • blues-rock
  • R&B
  • jazz fusion
  • Singer-songwriter
  • musician
  • Guitar
  • keyboards
  • bass
  • harmonica
  • vocals
Active Years 1957–present
Record Labels
  • Decca
  • Wizard
  • Reprise
  • EMI
  • Arista
  • Takoma
  • Scratch
  • President
  • Griffin
  • Global
Worked with
  • Paul McCartney
  • Wings
  • the Moody Blues
  • Mike Pinder
  • Ginger Baker’s Air Force
  • Eddie Hardin
  • Maggie Bell
  • Colin Blunstone
  • World Classic Rockers
  • Linda McCartney
Official Website

Denny_Laine’s Biography

Denny Laine is of gypsy origin, was educated at Yardley Grammar School in Birmingham, and learned to play guitar as a child under the influence of the legend of Gypsy Jazz (jazz manouche) Django Reinhardt; He made his first solo performance as a musician at the age of twelve and started his career as a professional musician in front of Denny & amp; The Diplomats, where Bev Bevan also played, who would later become drummer for The Move and the Electric Light Orchestra.

In 1964, Laine had left The Diplomats to join Mike Pinder on The Moody Blues and sang his first big hit, “Go Now,” highlighting other principles that include “From The Bottom Of My Heart”, “Can” t Nobody Love You “and the harmonica-ripping” Bye Bye Bird “. However, Denny’s tenure with the MB was short lived and, after a series of comparative failures, Laine left the band in August 1966 (the last record published by The Moody Blues that appears Laine “Life’s Not Life” / “He Can Win” in January 1967, but in October 1966 the single “Boulevard de la Madeleine” looked forward to the most elegant of sounds for The Moody Blues, which would later become famous).

After leaving The Moody Blues, he formed the band String Electric, which featured Denny (guitar, vocals), Trevor Burton (guitar, another ex-member of The Move) and Viv Prince (drums), also with electrified strings in a format not unlike the Electric Light Orchestra later than the attempt. They made two singles, “Say You Do not Mind / Ask The People” (April 1967, DRAM) and “Too Much In Love / The Catherine Wheel’s” (January 1968, DRAM) and, in June of 1967, they shared a Bill with The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Procol Harum, at the Saville Theater, in London. However, national attention could not be, and the pioneer Electric String Band broke up. (There was apparently no third single recorded called “Why Did You Come?”) Why it was never made public is unknown, but there have been rumors that the subject is over – and, probably, the B side, as well – was sent by mail to the Decca and was lost.) Laine and Burton, then went on to the band Balls from 1969 until the disintegration of the band in 1971, with both also having time to rehearse at the Ginger Baker’s Air Force in 1970. (A unique Simple was issued by “Balls”, “Fight For My Country” / “Janie, Slow Down” on UK Wizard Records, interestingly, the top part was re-edited and reissued in the UK and published in the US Assistant. In Epic under the name of Trevor Burton, which was strange, since Laine and Burton shared voice on the B side. The single was reissued again as BLW as “Live In The Mountains” by a small “Pye” distributed from the label, it’s supposed to be a recorded “Balls” album, but it’s never been seen daylight). In 1967 Laine’s song “Say You Do not Mind” was a hit when it was recorded in 1972 by ex-Zombie, Colin Blunstone.

In 1971, Denny joined Paul McCartney to found the group known as Wings, and he would stay with them for ten years until he officially split in 1981, Denny improvised, the rhythm of guitars, choirs, keyboards, bass, writing and co – writing skills, as well as being a solid solo artist. Along with Paul and his wife, Linda, who formed the core of the band, it is called “strange, winged 3-beast” (strange, 3-winged beast). It was with Wings that Denny enjoyed the greatest commercial and critical success of his career, including co-writing the hit “Mull of Kintyre.”

In January 1980, McCartney was arrested for possession of marijuana on arrival at an airport for a tour in Japan. The tour was canceled. Wings registered during the year on the new tracks, as well as tracks still in the vaults, but a press release from Paul in early 1981 officially announced that the Wings had been separated. The new tracks ended in Paul’s next two solo albums, and it is said that, from there, Laine’s relationship with McCartney was sour, (the speculation was that financial matters were the reason for this dissolution, similar to the friendship McCartney / Jackson) although this was denied by Laine in an interview, saying that a fight with McCartney and a negative end of Wings are nothing more than inventions of the press and public opinion.

The song of Denny’s first solo album after Wings, called “Japanese Tears”, which seemed to be a much more visible attack on McCartney as John Lennon, “How Do You Sleep?” in 1971, however, a closer inspection of the letter indicates that it is more likely to indicate the tongue on the cheek of the story of the disillusionment of a Japanese fan after the Wings tour was canceled (or, possibly, even tears). of emotion upon the arrival of Wings in Japan in the first appearance in the place).

In 1986 Denny rehearsed at Charity Birmingham Heart Beat Concert 1986, which was a very special day, to raise money for children at Birmingham’s Hospital.

Denny filed for bankruptcy in the mid-1980s after selling his lucrative rights to his fellow publishers of “Mull of Kintyre” for co-author McCartney. However, he has not stopped recording music at a prolific rate and has appeared in the conventions of the Beatles and tributes for both The Beatles and Wings. He is currently working on an autobiography.

He was, for a short time, married to Jo Jo Laine (July 13th, 1953-October 29, 2006), with whom he had a son, Laine Hines, and a daughter, Heidi Hines, and has three other children from other relationships: Lucianne Grant, Damian James, and Ainsley Laine-Adams. His current wife is Rosha.

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