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Nigel Durham

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Occupation(s)  Musician
Name  Nigel Durham
Albums  Destiny, Anthology
Instruments  Drums
Record label  EMI Records
Genres  Heavy metal, Hard rock
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Labels  EMI, Melodic Revolution
Associated acts  Saxon Oliver/Dawson Saxon Morpheus Rising
Music groups  Saxon (1987 – 1988), Morpheus Rising
Similar People  Graham Oliver, Pete Gill, Steve Dawson, Paul Quinn, Fritz Randow

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Nigel Durham (born 25 August 1965) is the drummer on Saxon's 1988 album Destiny. Previously he played in the Sheffield glam rock band Monroe (later called Torrcha) with Gary White (vocals), Graham Mickey Torr (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Chris Saunders (lead guitar) and Rico (bass guitar). As of late August 2013, Durham has joined the U.K. band Morpheus Rising as their new drummer.

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Saxon

  • Destiny (1988)
  • Oliver/Dawson Saxon

  • Re://Landed (2000)
  • It's Alive (2003)
  • The Second Wave: 25 Years of NWOBHM (2003)
  • Whippin' Boy (2006)
  • Songs

    Ride Like the Wind
    Red Alert
    I Can't Wait Any
    We Are Strong
    Where the Lightning Strikes
    Let the Sleeper Awake
    Bending Light
    Mega City One
    Looking for Life
    Day Number One
    Fly Higher
    Superpower
    Touch the Sky
    Shades of Grey
    Say Something
    Super Human
    Fear of Nothing
    Those Who Watch
    Daylight
    Fighting Man
    Rising
    In the End
    Gypsy King
    SOS
    Quench Your Thirst
    We Will Remember
    Lord of the North

    References

    Nigel Durham Wikipedia


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