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Gypie Mayo was born on 24 July, 1951, is a Musician, songwriter.

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Occupation Musician, songwriter
Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 24 July 1951
Birthday 24 July
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On 23 October 2013, it was announced that Mayo had died at the age of 62. News of Mayo’s death broke, when former Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson posted a message on his Facebook page stating: “Very sad to hear Gypie Mayo passed away this morning..RIP Gypie.”


Mayo’s guitar work was featured on the Yardbirds’ 2003 album, Birdland.


Mayo had been relatively unknown until early 1977 when he replaced Wilko Johnson in Dr. Feelgood, although Henry McCullough had temporarily stood in when Johnson left. He was known as John Mayo until, having suffered several minor ailments, Dr. Feelgood’s Lee Brilleaux said “you’ve always got the gyp” and the nickname stuck.


After being expelled from school, Cawthra began using the performing name of Mayo and worked in a printing shop before joining the blues band White Mule in 1969. The band stayed together for about a year and played all over the United Kingdom, along with gigs in Switzerland and France. They released a single on MCA Records which was produced by Mike Leander. After White Mule, Mayo played in various rock line-ups during the early to mid-1970s including Halcyon, 747 and Alias. He also was part of an Irish traditional band called Concrete Mick where he played the mandolin before becoming Wilko Johnson’s replacement in Dr Feelgood.


Gypie Mayo (born John Phillip Cawthra; 24 July 1951 − 23 October 2013) was an English guitarist and songwriter, playing in Dr. Feelgood from 1977 to 1981, and from 1996 to 2004 in the reborn Yardbirds with Alan Glen.

Mayo was born in Hammersmith, London on 24 July 1951. At an early age, he listened to the classical music his father played while at home. Later, he heard “Apache” by The Shadows and enjoyed the record. However, it was when Mayo saw the group on television with their Fender Stratocasters that he became passionate.