PHIL LYNOTT PASSED away 30 years ago today, at the age of just 36.
Here are just some of the times he made it all look easy.
1. Hanging with a lingerie mannequin outside Brown Thomas, 1984
2. On Duke Street in Dublin, 1984
3. In Richmond, south London, 1980
4. Rocking a hat that would make anyone else look ridiculous, London, 1983
5. Effortlessly outshining Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Bad Company and ELO at a charity record launch in 1980
6. On stage at the Chateau Neuf, Oslo, 1980
7. In an advert for the Wimpy restaurant in Dublin, 1968
8. Hanging out with the band in Cuban heels, date unknown
9. In a Dublin fashion shoot for New Spotlight Magazine, 1972
10. Live at St Georges Hall, Bradford, 1977
11. Looking moody in this record company promotional image, 1977
12. Posing with Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols at Hot Press in Dublin city centre, sometime between 1978 and 1981
This image appears in Patrick Brocklebank and Sinéad Moloney’s book Where The Streets Have 2 Names, published by Liberties Press.
13. And finally, leaning over the railings of the Ha’penny Bridge in 1982
Written by Michael Freeman and posted on DailyEdge.ie