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  1. Jul 03,  · With his signature catchphrase “dyn-o-mite,” the beanpole thin and perpetually in motion Jimmie Walker was the breakout star of the s sitcom, “Good Times.”.
  2. Apr 20,  · Erin Walker doesn’t care about your fantasy lineup. After her husband, professional golfer Jimmy Walker, revealed his months-long battle with a mysterious illness that .
  3. Jimmie Walker, Actor: Good Times. He symbolized the 70s American dream of success -- the former kid from the ghetto who rose to wisecracking TV superstardom. While in his element as the broadly strutting, gleamy-toothed J.J. Evans of the popular urban-styled sitcom Good Times (), Jimmie Walker lived the extremely good life. Following the series' demise, however, reality again Occupation: Actor, Writer, Soundtrack.
  4. Jun 22,  · All Jimmy Walker’s own words do come from letters exchanged between him and Phillip Tricker. There is at the present no recent reissue of Jimmy Walker’s recordings. So the podcasts below are the only chance for you to hear his music! December 4th, A visitor recently gave me details of another Jimmy Walker 45 (, Nashville).
  5. Jul 12,  · Jimmie Walker in Photograph by David Livingston/Getty Images. The following article is adapted from Jimmie Walker’s Dyn-o-mite!, out .
  6. Find Jimmy Walker song information on AllMusic. Pianist Jimmy Walker, associated with the blues scene in Chicago, should not be confused with James "Jim Daddy" Walker, linked likewise to the blues scene in Kansas City.
  7. Ernest Earl "Jimmy" Walker (December 18, – June 27, ) was an American country musician. Biography. Although relatively little has been written about Jimmy Walker, he ranks as an important figure in the development of country music.
  8. May 13,  · We take a look at Jimmy Walker's life on and off the course, who made his imprint on the PGA TOUR when he followed up his first career victory with two more wins in the same season.
  9. Journeyman drummer, vocalist, and occasional solo artist Jimmy Walker has been active since the early '60s. Despite a variety of affiliations, his best-known recordings remain his hits with the Knickerbockers, including the eerie "Liars." Walker was part of the original lineup of this New Jersey garage rock group, formed in Prior to that he had been the drummer with the Castle Kings, a.

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