First Thursdays features former Wings guitarist

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Laurence Juber, who is an English-born guitarist and lives in California, gave an extraordinary performance at the Del Mar Foundation’s March 7 First Thursdays Cultural Arts event. Often considered most famous for playing lead guitar in Wings from 1979 to 1981, he has since had a distinguished career as a solo fingerstyle guitarist.

Juber received an extraordinary life-changing break when Paul McCartney picked him to become Wings’ lead guitarist. He spent three years recording and touring with the band. After Wings disbanded in 1981, Juber relocated to the U.S. and established himself as a studio musician. For more information, visit www.delmarfoundation.org.

–Photos courtesy of Tanys Evangelisti

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