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Lee Kerslake

Lee Kerslake

Real/full name:
Lee Kerslake
73 (born Apr 16th, 1947)
Sep 19th, 2020
Died of:
Prostate cancer
Place of birth:
United Kingdom (Bournemouth, Dorset, England)


Lee Kerslake is best known for his work in the hard rock band Uriah Heep. He first joined Heep in November 1971 and left them in October 1979. He would rejoin the band in April 1982 and remain with them until early 2007 when health issues forced him to depart again.

Blizzard of Ozz

Drums (1979-1980)

David Byron


Head Machine


Ken Hensley


Living Loud

Drums (2003-2005)

National Head Band

Drums, Keyboards, Vocals

Ozzy Osbourne

Drums (1980-1981)

1980 Crazy Train (Single) Drums
1980 Blizzard of Ozz Drums, Percussion, Tubular bells, Timpani drums, Songwriting (track 7)
1981 Live Mr. Crowley (Single) Drums
1981 Tonight (Single) Drums
1981 Mr. Crowley (Single) Drums
1981 Over the Mountain (Single) Drums
1981 Heavy Metal Express (Split) Drums
1981 Flying High Again (Single) Drums
1981 Diary of a Madman Drums, Songwriting (track 1-2, 5-8)
1982 Revelation (Mother Earth) (Single) Drums
1987 Crazy Train (Single) Drums
1987 Tribute: Randy Rhoads (Live album) Drums (tracks 12, 13)
1988 Back to Ozz (Single) Drums
1989 Devil's Daughter (EP) Drums (track 3)
2002 Diary of a Madman Songwriting (tracks 1-2, 5-8)
2002 Blizzard of Ozz Songwriting (track 7)
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The Gods

Drums (1967-1969)

Toe Fat

Drums (1969-1970)

Uriah Heep

Drums (1971-1979, 1982-2007)

Ozzy Osbourne

1980 Crazy Train (Single) Producer
1980 Blizzard of Ozz Producer (as "Kerslake")
1981 Mr. Crowley (Single) Producer
1981 Heavy Metal Express (Split) Producer (track 4)
1991 Mama I'm Coming Home (Single) Producer (track 4)
2002 Blizzard of Ozz Producer (as "Kerslake")
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