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  1. Eric Woolfson. Eric Norman Woolfson (18 March 1945 – 2 December 2009) was a Scottish songwriter, lyricist, vocalist, executive producer, pianist, and co-creator of The Alan Parsons Project. Together they sold over 50 million albums worldwide. Following the 10 successful albums he made with Alan Parsons, Woolfson pursued a career in musical ...

  2. Eric Woolfson was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 18th March 1945. Married Hazel in 1969. They have two daughters, Sally & Lorna and four grandchildren, Toby, Amelie, Elsie and Cooper. Eric had an uncle in Glasgow who played the piano masterfully and who inspired Eric to want to become a musician. After a very short spell of piano lessons which were soon abandoned, Eric started playing by himself ...

  3. Eric Woolfson – Biography 1945-2009. Born in Glasgow, Scotland on 18th March 1945. Married Hazel in 1969. They have two daughters, Sally & Lorna and four grandchildren, Toby, Amelie, Elsie and Cooper. Eric had an uncle in Glasgow who played the piano masterfully and who inspired Eric to want to become a musician.

  4. Apr 16, 2021 · Eric Woolfson was a lead singer, songwriter and lyricist, executive producer, pianist, and co-founder of The Alan Parsons Project. After splitting up with Alan Parsons during the recording of Freudiana, Woolfson has pursued musical theatre. Those are mainly performed in Germany and Austria, but also in Korea and Japan.

  5. Dec 08, 2009 · Eric Woolfson, songwriter, singer and lyricist, born 18 March 1945; died 2 December 2009 d. 02/12/2009 This article was amended on Monday 18 January 2010 to correct the spelling of Procol Harum ...

  6. Eric Norman Woolfson. Profile: Scottish singer, keyboardist, songwriter, lyricist, producer, manager and co-founder of The Alan Parsons Project. He also wrote several ...

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  7. Dec 03, 2009 · BERLIN (AP) — An agent says Eric Woolfson, co-founder of the 1970s British progressive rock group Alan Parsons Project, known for the hits "Eye in the Sky" and "Don't Answer Me," has died of cancer.

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