Among the best big music group drummers from the 1920’s and 30’s (and influenced a little by Kaiser Marshall), Walter Johnson was a supportive and consistently swinging participant. He caused Freddy Johnson (1924), Bobby Dark brown, Elmer Snowden (on / off during 1925-28) and Te Roy Williams (1927) but became best-known for his using Fletcher Henderson’s Orchestra (1929-34 and in addition 1936-37 and 1941-42). Various other golf swing era organizations included the best rings of Sam Wooding (1934-35), LeRoy Smith (1935), Lucky Millinder (1938-39), Claude Hopkins (1939), Edgar Hayes (1940) and Coleman Hawkins. After his third stint with Henderson finished, Johnson freelanced for the rest of his profession, worked beyond music (being a loan company guard), often using Tab Smith through the 1944-54 period and showing up with a number of golf swing and mainstream combos in to the 1960’s. Walter Johnson under no circumstances led his very own record time but he documented regularly during his primary years, especially with Henderson.