The Return of Billy McLaughlin

Experience one of the greatest comebacks in music history

For twenty five years he was a world-class musician, in 1999 something began to go wrong. In 2001 he was diagnosed with focal dystonia, an incurable neurological disorder.

The lifetime of devotion to his music began to fade. By 2002 Billy McLaughlin could no longer perform the music he was dedicated to.

In 2006 rumors told that Billy McLaughlin was going to make a comeback. Billy had been relearning his guitar style left handed.

This remarkable video tells the courageous story of Billy’s incredible triumph over focal dystonia.

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Folllowing Rick Usher's death in December 2008, at his request in September of that year, I had agreed, as his principal contributor and an experienced journalist, to run the FMS Global News service due to his heavy commitments to music and raising research funds through this avenue. Following his sad and sudden death I hope to continue his work as he would have wished.
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