Peter Harris played bass guitar with Walker during 1967 in an early seven piece guitar band Plastic People, then in Plum Nelly and in many other Walker lineups.
Joey Tremelo, rhythm guitarist, was also part of Plastic People. Joey reconnected with Walker again in 1978 and he has remained with him to this day. Gene Cordew pumps up the Walker sound on the Hammond B3 organ. Gene first joined up with Walker in 1995 and has played on all of Walkers CDs. Gene was a member of Little Buster And The Soulbrothers for many years, opening shows for BB King, and Johnny Guitar Watson.
Frank Diorio is the drummer in Walker’s current band line up. Frank has played with Felicia Collins of The David Letterman Show and in the 1990’s he toured with comedian Andrew Dice Clay. Frank’s performance with Clay at Madison Square Garden can be seen in the movie “Dice Rules.” Frank adds a tremendous dynamic power to the Walker sound. Tommy Keys is the latest addition to the Walker lineup. Keys was a finalist in the Twenty Second International Blues Challenge held in Memphis, Tennessee during 2006. Keys is a dynamite barrelhouse boogie and blues piano player and his debut appearance with the band was on Walker’s latest CD, “Come Over Here”. Tommy has opened for such acts as Bryan Lee, and Smokin’ Joe Kubec. John Earl Walker’s albums have all received tremendous reviews and extensive airplay on both terrestrial and Internet radio, worldwide. All over the globe, blues/rock lovers and guitar freaks alike, love Walker’s exciting emotional style of string bendin’,story tellin’ guitar playing!
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