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Joe Walsh

Not to end up being confused along with his American-born guitarist namesake, Liverpool-based drummer Joe Walsh was an associate of two from the even more tenacious Merseybeat rings of the first ’60s, Lee Curtis & the All-Stars and Ian & the Zodiacs, both which found their biggest achievement in Germany. He changed ex-Beatle Pete Greatest on drums in Curtis’ All-Stars. He was with Curtis during his most effective years, from early 1964 through early 1966, and most likely played for the group’s 1964 Star-Club Present, Vol. 3 record. He jumped to Ian & the Zodiacs in the past due wintertime of 1966 and still left the music business afterwards that season. (Ironically, it might be the American Joe Walsh who become a essential person in Liverpool drummer Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Music group some three years later.)

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