Having cut his teeth playing bass guitar for English blues outfit Chicken Shack in the early '70s, Bob Daisley is an Australian musician and songwriter most prominently known for his work with Ozzy Osbourne and Gary Moore. Some of his most widely known work can be heard on albums such as Osbourne's 1980 debut solo effort Blizzard of Ozz and several of Moore's releases. Born in Sydney, Australia in 1950, Daisley took up bass guitar at age 14 and excelled at the instrument quickly, catching the attention of local rock musician Dennis Wilson (Mecca, the Powerpact). The pair went on to form the band Kahvas Jute and released one album -- Wide Open - via Infinity Records in 1971. Daisley then went on to join English blues outfit Chicken Shack as bass guitarist in 1972. He appeared on their 1973 record Unlucky Boy before leaving to join Mungo ...
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