|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||On The Big Hill||16||Audio||1988||Silvertone Records|
|3||On The Big Hill||16||Audio||1989||Silvertone Records|
|4||Listen To The Voice||2||Audio||1996||HKM (Hans Kusters Music)|
|5||On The Big Hill||16||Audio||1988||Silvertone Records|
Guy Fletcher (born May 25, 1960 in Maidstone, Kent) was the keyboardist to the popular 1978-1996 British rock band [a=Dire Straits]. He joined the band in 1984, a year before Dire Straits' most successful legendary album, Brothers in Arms, which put the band in the spotlight.
After Dire Straits disbanded, Fletcher continued to be associated with almost every single piece of work concerning [a=Mark Knopfler]'s solo career, the band's former lead singer and guitarist.
Between July and August, 2005, Fletcher completed a world tour with Mark Knopfler, promoting Knopfler's latest solo album, Shangri-La.
Fletcher is a multi-instrumentalist, playing keyboard and several string instruments, including guitars.
Guy Fletcher is married to Laurie-Ann Fletcher and has one child, named Max.
He is not to be confused with his uncle, also [a=Guy Fletcher (2)], who has written several hits for other artists with composing partner Doug Flett.