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Jo Burt was also a founding member of Sector 27 with Tom Robinson - and a member of Virginia Wolf with Jason Bonham. Burt also appears on Freddie Mercury's solo album, Mr. Bad Guy playing fretless bass.
He has written, toured, and performed with many other artists, including The Troggs, Brian Setzer, Bob Geldof, Roger Taylor, James Reyne, The Sweet and many more.
Burt continues to write music and now lives in Dorset with his wife, Antonia (a soprano), and together they perform regularly in London and elsewhere in the UK as The Jo Burt Experience. He describes his southern-style rock with a trippy Beatles-esque English twist sound as "Nashville Rock with an English Accent".
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