Nick Holywell-Walker

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Nick Holywell-Walker
Born 1960 (age 56–57)
London, England
Genres Industrial rock, electronica
Instruments Keyboards, programming
Associated acts Killing Joke

Nick Holywell-Walker performed with English band Killing Joke beginning in 1994, as keyboard player and programmer. He left in 2004 to concentrate on his own projects. A singer, songwriter, producer and composer, he resides in North London, England. He is founding member of UK band 30,000 Days and father of two.

References[edit]

  • "Discogs Killing Joke". Retrieved 29 December 2007. Formed : October 1978 // Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom. Members:... Nick Walker (keyboards, 1994-2005)... 
  • "Killing Joke Com". Retrieved 29 December 2007. Inertia frontman Reza Udhin has joined Killing Joke. Reza has taken over playing keyboards with the band, replacing Nick Walker, who was with the band for 11 years. 
  • "The Clock Machine Turns You On". Retrieved 29 December 2007. 30,000 Days was formed in 1996 by singer-songwriter Nick Holywell-Walker, creator of a large catalogue of melancholic, hymnal songs influenced by a huge range of bands from Talking Heads to Kraftwerk.