Winston Walls

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Winston Walls is an American hard bop and soul jazz Hammond B3 organist from Charleston, West Virginia, probably better known for his 1993 debut album as bandleader with back-and-forth performances featuring Jack McDuff called Boss of the B3. Prior to that album, he also worked with musicians such as Bill Doggett, Dionne Warwick, Sonny Stitt and Lou Donaldson, to name just a few. He is also the son of pianist Harry Vann Walls. He died from congestive heart failure and diabetes on February 5, 2008.[1]

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  1. ^ Huey, Scott. "Winston Walls Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2007-06-23.