Jerry Jeff Walker is one of the original country music outlaws, a wandering minstrel that has logged millions of miles on the road. From his folk rock days with Circus Maximus, to his hit records in the 70s, including the standard “Mr. Bojangles,” to his country outlaw days with his Lost Gonzo Band, to his current status as Americana icon and grand old man of the Texas songwriting clan, Walker’s remained one of country music’s most underrated performers.
Jerry Jeff Walker was actually born in the state of New York in 1942. His birth name was Ronald Clyde Crosby. He grew up singing rock’n’roll in a high school band called The Tones, but when they got a record... Read More
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Country, Outlaw Country, Rock, Country Rock, Americana