Denny Laine with Paul McCartney and Wings: "Go Now" (1976) .. LIVE From "Rockshow", Denny Laine sings the Moody Blues' hit "Go Now" as a member of Wings (including Paul & Linda McCartney on backup). 1976: "Wings Over America".
The Moody Blues - GO NOW -French TV 1966 -- The original line up of The Moody Blues with Denny Laine (vocals) and the late Clint Warwick,Justin Hayward and John lodge replaced them later that same year.
Go Now. Love this song by Denny Laine when he was in Wings with Paul and Linda McCartney. As the original lead singer for the Moody Blues it was a huge hit in the early '60's. Also playing lead guitar with a great solo is Jimmy McCulloch.
Denny Laine (born Brian Frederick Arthur Hines, 29 October 1944, Holcombe Road, Tyseley, Birmingham) is an English songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, guitarist; lead singer on The Moody Blues' 1965 debut album The Magnificent Moodies; and, later, best known for his role as co-founder (with Paul and Linda McCartney) of Wings. Laine was one of three constants in Wings, along with the McCartneys, from their 1971 album Wild Life until they broke up in 1981. Read on...