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Jon Walmsley and The UK Beat

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Jon Walmsley is best known to millions of TV fans as Jason Walton, John - Boy's guitar–strumming younger brother on the long - running CBS series "The Waltons." Born in England, Jon emigrated to the U.S. with his parents and began his performing career at the age of eight, singing and playing guitar.

The U.K. Beat is a revivalist band inspired by a shared passion for the British Rock & Roll Renaissance of the 1960s. Their show features explosive performances of music by the best loved bands of the era including: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, The Animals, The Yardbirds, The Hollies, The Zombies, Cream, Small Faces, Manfred Mann, The Dave Clark Five and Spencer Davis Group.

Jon Walmsley, Howie Anderson, Todd Tatum and Jeff Stillman are four veteran session, stage and soundtrack musicians who, between them, have played with the cream of UK and US performers.

Collectively, they have worked with British artists such as: Roger Daltrey, Spencer Davis, JohnMayall, Peter & Gordon, Andy Summers of The Police, Laurence Juber of Paul McCartney & Wings, Denny Laine of Wings and The Moody Blues; and with such American talents as: Gregg Allman, Robbie Krieger of The Doors, Michael McDonald, Richard Marx, Micky Dolenz, Elvin Bishop, Paul Williams, Stephen Bishop, Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane, Steve Bartek of Oingo Boingo, Howard Kaylan of The Turtles, Jan & Dean, The Doobie Brothers and Strawberry Alarm Clock.

Based in Los Angeles, The U.K. Beat has built a substantial following and has been chosen to play at many prestigious events. The band also attracts major stars who enjoy guesting and sitting in.

http://www.theUKBeat.com

Purchase The UK Beat CD at http://theukbeat.com/shoppe.htm

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