Tributes after death of musician
The Herald|January 17, 2022
TRIBUTES are being paid to a popular and talented Plymouth musician, who has died suddenly.

Jim MacGregor “touched countless lives”, say friends, and had been a well-known face on the Plymouth music scene for years.

He had performed with several bands including Brunel, Walnut Falcons and Paul Armer & The Long Way Down in recent years.

Jim was also known for his own project, Head of Programmes, playing gigs locally as well as on tour in Europe.

He had worked with and shared stages alongside hundreds of others.

The 40-year-old was found dead on Tuesday, January 11.

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