Andy Gill Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Songs, Gang of Four and Death

Andy Gill Bio, Wiki

Andy Gill was a British musician and record producer who was best known for being the lead guitarist for the British rock band Gang of Four, which he co-founded in 1976.

He was also known for his jagged style of guitar on albums such as Entertainment! (1979) and Solid Gold (1981) and hit singles such as “At Home He’s a Tourist,” “Damaged Goods,” “What We All Want” “Anthrax,” and “I Love a Man in a Uniform”.

He was also the record producer and produced or co-produced all of the band’s albums. Gill also produced albums for artists such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Stranglers, the Jesus Lizard, the Futureheads, Michael Hutchence, Killing Joke, Fight Like Apes, Polysics, Therapy? and the Young Knives.

Andy Gill Age

Gill was born as Andrew James Dalrymple Gill on 1 January 1956, in Manchester, England, United Kingdom. At the time of his death on 1 February 2020, he was 64 years old.

Andy Gill Photo

Andy Gill Photo

Andy Gill Wife

Andy Gill was married to Catherine Mayer till the time of his death on 1 February 2020. His wife is a journalist and the co-founder of the Women’s Equality Party.

Andy Gill Net Worth

Gill had an estimated net worth of $62 Million at the time of his death.

Andy Gill Songs

  • Damaged Goods
  • Natural’s Not in It
  • I Love a Man in a Uniform
  • At Home He’s a Tourist
  • To Hell With Poverty!
  • I Found That Essence Rare
  • What We All Want
  • Not Great Men
  • Ether
  • Guns Before Butter
  • Return the Gift
  • We Live as We Dream, Alone
  • Love Like Anthrax
  • Outside the Trains Don’t
  • He’d Send In the Army
  • Anthrax

Andy Gill Death

Gill died on 1 February 2020, at the age of 64. His death was announced by Gang of Four in a statement, saying: “Our great friend and supreme leader has died today”.

He had developed a “respiratory illness,” after finishing an Asian tour with Gang Of Four last year, they said.

His wife wrote, “This pain is the price of extraordinary joy, almost three decades with the best man in the world.”

The Gang Of Four members John Sterry, Thomas McNeice, and Tobias Humble wrote, “Andy’s final tour in November was the only way he was ever really going to bow out; with a Stratocaster around his neck, screaming with feedback and deafening the front row. One of the best to ever do it, his influence on guitar music and the creative process was inspiring for us, as well as everyone who worked alongside him and listened to his music. His albums and production work speak for themselves. Go give ’em a spin for him.”

Tom Morello paid tribute on social media, saying, “[He was] one of my principal influences on the instrument as his jagged plague disco raptor attack industrial funk deconstructed guitar anti-hero sonics and fierce poetic radical intellect were formative for me.”