John London He was at the forefront of the LA country rock movement which is now commonly referred to as “Americana.”

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A multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and session player, the late John London (born John Kuehne) was pals with Michael Nesmith and consequently anchored a few Monkees platters and Mike’s extraordinary First National Band releases.  

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A pocket and melodic player, John also waxed slabs with James Taylor, Lewis & Clarke Expedition, Linda Ronstadt, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, among others.

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