Eddie Mottau

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Eddie Mottau
BornBoston, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation(s)Musician, guitarist
Associated actsBo Grumpus
John Lennon

Eddie Mottau is a Boston-born American guitarist. His career has included membership in the bands Bo Grumpus[1] and Mottau, Drew & Clark (with Jimmy Clark), and session work for musicians Noel Paul Stookey, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and David Peel.

Mottau played guitar on Lennon's 1974 album Walls and Bridges, and also Rock 'n' Roll, released in 1975.

Mottau's first solo album, No Turning Around, was released in 1973 on MCA Records. Guest artists included Felix Pappalardi and Gerry Mulligan. Motteau's next album, No Moulding, was released in 1977. Each was later reissued on CD.

Mottau lives with his wife in rural New Hampshire, where he continues to write and perform folk-oriented music.


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