Who did Gerry Rafferty write right down the line about?

“Baker Street” and “Stuck in the Middle With You” will live forever. Once heard, each is never forgotten. Both are perfect. Both were written and sung by Gerry Rafferty, the subject of Right Down the Line, an affectionate David Tennant-narrated tribute to this stubborn Scotsman, who died in January last year.

How much was Gerry Rafferty worth when he died?

Probate records released last week reveal that his estate was worth £1,747,802, reduced after liabilities to a net total of £1,248,524. The star sold ten million records in his 40-year career.

What genre is right down the line?

Right Down the Line/Genres

Who covered right down the line?

Sam Evian has returned with a glorious cover of Gerry Rafferty’s “Right Down the Line”. The original track was releeased in 1978 by Scotland’s Gerry Rafferty.

When did Gerry Rafferty release right down the line?

Right Down the Line/Released

Who sings it was you woman right down the line?

Gerry Rafferty
Right Down the Line/Artists

Is Stealers Wheel a one hit wonder?

Stealers Wheel were a Scottish folk rock/rock band formed in 1972 in Paisley, Scotland, by former school friends Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty. Their best-known hit is “Stuck in the Middle with You”….

Stealers Wheel
Genres Pop rock, folk rock, soft rock, pub rock
Years active 1972–1975, 2008
Labels A&M

Where is Gerry Rafferty now?

Gerry Rafferty, the singer who wrote the 1978 hit Baker Street, is living in hiding in the south of England, being cared for by a friend, after his disappearance from St Thomas’ hospital in London last summer.

What happened to Joe Egan?

Since then he has not released any new recordings and has left the music industry, though he did briefly reunite with Rafferty to perform vocals on some tracks on the latter’s 1992 album On a Wing and a Prayer. As of 2005, Egan lives in Renfrewshire and runs a publishing company from home.

Did Billy Connolly sing with Gerry Rafferty?

The Humblebums were a Scottish folk rock band, based in Glasgow. Its members included Billy Connolly, who later became a renowned stand-up comedian and actor; guitarist Tam Harvey; and singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty. The band was active from 1965 to 1971.