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Interview: Jonny Walker, musician, founding director of Keep Streets Live Campaign

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 15 Aug 2014 @ 12:07

As the son of an Anglican clergyman, my earliest musical experiences involved playing the guitar at the front of church, and combing Mission Praise for familiar songs to learn. 

My musical horizons broadened when a family friend lent me the LP A Hard Day's Night, and I discovered the Beatles, aged nine. As a teenager, I had one CD, OK Computer, by Radiohead, which was exciting and absorbing enough to see me through to ...

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