Ian Wallace was a rock and jazz drummer from England. Ian Wallace is best known as the drummer in one of King Crimson’s later incarnations, as well as a drummer for Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
|29 Sep 1946
|February 22, 2007
|local grammar school
Ian Wallace Biography
Ian Wallace was born in Bury, Lancashire, England on September 29, 1946. His nationality and ethnicity are not publicly available on the internet. Aside from that, no additional information about his parents, siblings, grandparents, relatives, cousins, or other family members is available at this time.
Ian Wallace Education
In terms of his education, he attended the local grammar school, where he was fascinated by jazz and joined a beat group, the Jaguars, with fellow students.
Ian Wallace Death
Yunus Musah was diagnosed with esophageal cancer on August 10, 2006. He documented his illness on his online blog in the hopes that his story would encourage others experiencing similar symptoms to seek treatment. Sadly, he died on February 22, 2007, at the age of 60, with his wife, Jenny Boyd, by his side.
Ian Wallace Height, Weight
Ian Wallace is undeniably attractive and well-dressed. He has brown hair and eyes that are both brown. Aside from that, no information about his height, weight, or other body measurements is available on the internet.
In terms of his career, he left school at 16 and worked as an NHS writer before joining the Warriors, an Accrington sextet led by Jon Anderson. After touring West German clubs and US bases, the group returned to the UK and recorded a flop single for Decca, Don’t Make Me Blue. They did, however, appear in the pop B-movie Just For You (1964). The group then split in 1966.
Before joining King Crimson, he was a member of Vivian Stanshall’s Big GrunT and The World with Neil Innes. He appeared on the 1971 album Islands and the 1972 live album Earthbound. However, at the conclusion of a tour in the United States in May 1972, he and fellow Crimson members Mel Collins and Boz Burrell left the band and went to work for Alexis Korner’s Snape.
Wallace then collaborated with Steve Marriott’s All-Stars. He was invited to join Bob Dylan’s band in 1978, and he accompanied Dylan on his tour of Japan. His heavy drum style was the driving force behind the ambitious pop-heavy album Street-Legal.
Furthermore, he relocated to Nashville as a successful musician in the late 1990s. He worked as a producer and player there. He did, however, conduct live performances with T.Graham Brown, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Rick Vito, Jessi Alexander, and Billy Burnette.
In addition, he joined the 21st Century Schizoid Band in 2003 and released his only solo album, Happiness With Minimal Side Effects. He formed the Crimson Jazz Trio in 2005, with Tim Landers on bass and Jody Nardone on piano, and they released King Crimson Songbook Volume One in November 2005 and Volume Two in early 2009.
Ian Wallace’s Net Worth
He made a lot of money because of his hard work and brilliance. His net worth was estimated to be between $1 million and $7 million as of February 2024.
Ian Wallace’s Wife, Marriage
Yunus Musah was married to Jenny Boyd in his personal life. They married in 1984. Aside from that, no information about his previous relationships or affairs is available on the internet.