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Mick Box

born on 8/6/1947 in London, England, United Kingdom

Mick Box

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Michael Frederick "Mick" Box (born 9 June 1947, in Walthamstow, East London, England) is the lead guitarist of British rock group Uriah Heep, having previously been a member of The Stalkers and Spice, both with original Uriah Heep vocalist David Byron.[1] He is the only member from the band's founding in 1969 who is still active with the group.[2] He currently resides in North London with his second wife and son.

Discography

With David Byron

  • Take No Prisoners - 1975

With Uriah Heep

  • Very 'eavy... Very 'umble - 1970
  • Salisbury - 1971
  • Look at Yourself - 1971
  • Demons & Wizards - 1972
  • The Magician's Birthday - 1972
  • Live '73 - 1973
  • Sweet Freedom - 1973
  • Wonderworld - 1974
  • Return to Fantasy - 1975
  • High and Mighty - 1976
  • Firefly...1977
  • Innocent Victim...1977
  • Fallen Angel - 1978
  • Conquest - 1980
  • Abominog - 1982
  • Head First - 1983
  • Equator - 1985
  • Raging Silence - 1989
  • Different World - 1991
  • Sea of Light - 1995
  • Sonic Origami - 1998
  • Wake the Sleeper - 2008
  • Celebration - 2009
  • Into the Wild - 2011
  • Outsider - 2014

With Iris

  • Lady In Black

With Spearfish

  • Back For The Future

References

  1. ^ Larkin, Colin (2002) The Virgin Encyclopedia of 70s Music, Virgin Books, ISBN 1-85227-947-8, p. 468
  2. ^ Parnell, Joel (4 February 2015). "MICK BOX - URIAH HEEP Interview". Desert Highways. Archived from the original on 1 September 2017. Retrieved 1 September 2017. 

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