Jimmy Winston

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Jimmy Winston (born James Edward Winston Langwith, 20 April 1945, Stratford, east London) was the original keyboard player with Small Faces[1] who rehearsed in the large function room above the Ruskin Arms, Manor Park, of which Jimmy's father Bill Langwith was the landlord. Steve Marriott and the rest of the band replaced Winston with Ian McLagan. Winston had two older brothers: Frank who worked on the River Thames, and Derek.

He has also acted, appearing in the 1968 stage musical Hair, and 1972 Doctor Who serial Day of the Daleks.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eder, Bruce. "Biography: Jimmy Winston". Allmusic. Retrieved 28 July 2010.