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  • Born

    7 July 1952 (age 71)

Sammy Walker (born in 1952 near Atlanta, Georgia) is an American singer-songwriter. Influenced by the and sounds of Bob Dylan, Woodie Guthrie and Hank Williams, Walker emerged in the mid 1970s with two albums for the Folkways label and two albums for Warner Brothers. While appearing on Bob Fass's radio show in 1975, he caught the ear of Phil Ochs, who was impressed by the young songwriter and agreed to produce his first album with Folkways. Walker recorded two albums for Warner Brothers under the tutelage of producer Nick Venet, and toured Europe in 1978 and again in 1986. After recording an album of Woodie Guthrie songs in 1979, he did not record again until 1989.

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