PICS: Tributes pour in for Phil Lynott on the 30th anniversary of his death
Rest in peace, Phil Lynott.
Phil Lynott, the iconic singer and bass player of Thin Lizzy, is 30 years gone today.
As one of the most influential and talented Irish musicians in history, it's no surprise at all that social media is flooded with tributes to the man.
Here's some of our favourite tweets dedicated to the rock n' roll front man, as well as a photo of his mam Philomena with the statue of her son on Harry St, Dublin.
— Marty Miller🎙 (@MartyMtweets) January 4, 2016
I was rehearsing with my band in Litton Lane studios when we heard the news.I remember it like it was yesterday not 30yrs ago #PhilLynott
— LesJMatt (@MattLesJ) January 4, 2016
— Brian Byrne⚽ (@brianbyrne1) January 4, 2016
30 Years today since the passing of one Rock's greatest ever frontmen. Gone but still remembered and played each and every day! #PhilLynott
— Mike Gailey (@mikeginblack) January 4, 2016
— Wolfie Smith (@wolfiefoxysmith) January 4, 2016
— John Whelan (@SenJohnWhelan) January 4, 2016
— Eric Lightbody (@lites5150) January 4, 2016