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Billy Lyall
Billy Lyall (1953–1989) was a Scottish musician.

Born William Lyall in Edinburgh, Lyall was a keyboard player and vocalist with Pilot, and an early member of the Bay City Rollers. He also contributed to The Alan Parsons Project with fellow Pilot members, and released a solo album, Solo Casting in 1976. Lyall died of AIDS-related causes in 1989, aged 36.[1] Tam Paton later revealed that Lyall was gay.[2]


Based on a Wikipedia article.

  1. http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/5923063/courtney_to_get_behind_the_camera/ Jaan Uhelszki "Courtney to Get Behind the Camera" Rolling Stone 25 October 1999
  2. http://www.spencemusic.co.uk/bilbomusic/articles/Tam/spilledbeans.htm Hannes A Jonsson, "Tam Paton Spills The Heinz Baked Beans!" 23 January 2000