Pete Way Doesn't Have A Burning Desire To Return To UFO

(Classic Rock) No matter how much UFO fans might crave his return, bass player Pete Way doesn't expect to rejoin the band any time soon.

"It's not a priority for me at the minute," Way says in an interview in the forthcoming new issue of Classic Rock. "I don't have a burning desire to do it. Have I been asked? Yes, I've been asked but I wasn't in a place to be able to do it when I was asked. I wish them all the best, I do, honestly."

Way, who founded UFO in 1969 with vocalist Phil Mogg, drummer Andy Parker and guitarist Mick Bolton, has spent several periods in and out of the band.

Plagued by health problems, Way was replaced on tour as recently as 2011 by Barry Sparks [Dokken, Ted Nugent, Yngwie Malmsteen etc]. UFO have also utilized the four-string touring services of Rob de Luca [Spread Eagle, Sebastian Bach, Of Earth). more on this story

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