Rock-jazz keyboardist and co-author of Jerry Garcia's solo debut in 1972.
Session for Harvey Mandel.
Member of Linn County, 1968-69.
Session for Stephen Miller.
Real name of T-Bone Walker.
See: Walker, T-Bone.
WALKER, CATO III.
Session for B.B. King, 1975.
Member of Alexis, 1977.
Member of Savoy Brown, 1971-72; Fleetwood Mac, 1972-73; Hungry Fighter.
WALKER, GARY (d).
Name used by Gary Leeds of The Walker Brothers.
See: Walker Brothers,The ..also.. Leeds, Gary.
WALKER, GARY (v).
Member of Cottonwood South.
WALKER, GREG (b).
Member of Blackfoot, 1976.
WALKER, GREG (v).
Member of Santana, 1976.
WALKER, JERRY JEFF.
Born Paul Crosby, 16th March 1942 in Oneonta, New York State.
Member of Circus Maximus, 1967-68; Lost Gonzo Band, late seventies.
After leaving high school in 1959, Crosby took to the folk club circuit as Jerry
Jeff Walker. He had one foray into the world of folk-rock when he formed Circus
Maximus with Bob Bruno but they soon broke up. After a solo album for Vanguard, he
changed labels to Atlantic. His best known work, "Mr. Bojangles" was the title track
of his debut for them in 1969.
Early in the 'seventies, he moved labels once again and settled in Austin, Texas,
where he soon became the hub of a local community of new country singers that included
Guy Clark, Willie Nelson and Townes Van Zandt. In 1978 he moved from MCA Records to
Elektra for two albums before returning to MCA in 1981.
Member of the Righteous Brothers, 1968.
Name used by John Maus of The Walker Brothers.
See: Walker Brothers,The ..also.. Maus, John.
Member of Tiger, 1976.
Session for the Mothers of Invention, 1968.
Member of Stillwater, 1977.
Name used by Scott Engel of The Walker Brothers.
See: Walker Brothers, The; ..also.. Engel, Scott.
Texas-born Walker began recording the blues in 1929. Besides being a major influence
in the development of B.B. King, he is the co-author of the blues classic "Stormy Monday".
Formed in Los Angeles, 1965.
Scott Engel - bass, vocals; Gary Leeds - drums; John Maus - guitar, vocals.
They weren't brothers and none of them was called Walker. Formed after Gary Leeds
saw the other two singing in Gazzari's in L.A. He convinced them to form a trio and
move to England where they'd be a big success. They were. By 1966, they fell apart
only to re-appear ten years later with another hit single before vanishing once again.
Member of the Blue Jug, 1975.
Member of the Eddie Boy Band, 1975.
Session for Donovan, 1973.
Member of the Guess Who; the Shakers.
Member of King Crimson, 1972; Snape, 1972.
Sessions for Alvin Lee, 1973-75; Steve Marriott, 1976.
Member of Harry Chapin's band.