John Walker (real name John Maus, November 12, 1943 - May 7, 2011) was one of the founder members of The Walker Brothers. After the Walker Brothers split in the late 1960s, he enjoyed a period of solo success with several hit singles and two well received albums. After briefly reforming in the mid-seventies with the classic Tom Rush number, ’No Regrets’ and a come back album of the same name, followed by a further two albums, ‘Lines’ and ‘Nite Flights’ the Walker Brothers broke – up again in 1978. John then took a rest from performing to perfect his craft as a recording engineer, ultimately building his own recording studio at his home in L.A. During this time he was also extremely busy as a record producer and composer, writing at first for other artists, under the umbrella of his own publishing company, Arena Artistes Association. In the early years of this century, John has returned to touring and recording, most recently appearing in the UK as part of the "Solid Silver Sixties" Tour. More info can be found at John's website, www.john-walker.org In 2010, John Walker was diagnosed with liver cancer, which claimed his life on 7 May 2011.