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  1. John Martyn (New Malden, Londres, Reino Unido, 11 de septiembre de 1948 - Kilkenny, Irlanda, 29 de enero de 2009 [1] ) fue un cantante, compositor y guitarrista británico cuyo nombre real era Ian David McGeachy, Orden del Imperio Británico en 2009.

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    Iain David McGeachy OBE (11 September 1948 – 29 January 2009), known professionally as John Martyn, was a Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist. Over a 40-year career, he released 23 studio albums, and received frequent critical acclaim.

  3. John Martyn - Official website of the maverick singer and songwriter 75 News John would have been 75 today (11 September). Celebrate John’s incredible music legacy and play... Proper Records Vinyl Releases News John Giblin News The Smiling Stranger In Bremen News The Apprentice Four Disc Box News Triple Vinyl Release News

  4. 29 de ene. de 2009 · John Martyn - Sweet Little Mystery (1987) shiveringgoat. Word In Your Ear. John Martyn - May You Never [1973] OGWTR.I.P. 29/01/2009.

  5. John Martyn OBE (he was appointed in the Order of the British Empire in the 2009 New Year Honours list) was a British singer-songwriter and guitarist. Known for his acoustic guitar playing starting out in the folk clubs in the UK, but then moving beyond and into other more mainstream areas also.

  6. A short biography to introduce you to Iain David McGeachy (aka John Martyn). In a world that lacks compassion, John Martyn and his music, is a breath of fresh air. John was an incurable romantic who sang from his heart; no other artist sang with such commitment and emotion.

  7. 29 de ene. de 2009 · John Martyn Dazzling British guitarist and songwriter who helped move folk music away from acoustic traditions and toward rock, blues, and jazz influences. Read Full Biography STREAM OR BUY: Active 1960s - 2000s Born September 11, 1948 in New Malden, Surrey, England Died January 29, 2009 in Kilkenny, Ireland Genre Folk, Pop/Rock Styles