Don Walker

When I started this binge of Oz Rock books, I was fully expecting that some individuals would recur from book to book, being significant figures in our music industry – people like Ted Albert, George Young, Philip Mortlock, Michael Gudinski and Molly Meldrum. And, indeed they all do pop up variously in The Angels by Bob Yates, Working Class Man by Jimmy Barnes, Tex by Tex Perkins and Detours by Tim Rogers.


But there’s another person who easily gets the most name checks and is referenced ubiquitously – and often breathlessly – as a source of inspiration, wisdom, calmness, friendship and sheer genius – and that’s Don Walker.

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