Stuart Tosh

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Stuart Tosh (born May 26, 1951 in Aberdeen ) is a British musician.

The drummer first played since 1973 with the band Pilot , which had a top hit in Great Britain in January 1975. Pilot produced by Alan Parsons disbanded in 1977. Since 1975, however, Tosh also played with The Alan Parsons Project .

from 1977 until their provisional dissolution in 1983 he played at 10cc . From this phase of the band (1978) came their hit "Dreadlock Holiday" (# 1 in the UK single charts).

Then he played as a studio musician with Camel . They had just taken a creative break before Andy Latimer brought this band back to life. With Kit Watkins, Andy Dalby, Chris Rainbow, and David Paton they recorded the album The Single Factor , which was a musical upheaval. The band turned more and more from their roots in progressive rock and devoted themselves to simpler hits.