John Entwistle (born: 9 October 1944, Chiswick, Greater London, United Kingdom - 27 June 2002, Paradise, NV, USA) was an English bassist, musician, songwriter, singer, film and music producer. He was best known as the bass guitarist of The Who. His nickname was "The Ox". He recorded the solo albums Smash Your Head Against The Wall (1971), Whistle Rymes (1972), Rigor Mortis Sets In (1973), Mad Dog (1975), Too Late The Hero (1981) and The Rock (1996). He wrote the Who song "Boris Is The…

John Entwhistle-Bass Guitar/French Horn/Vocals (The Who). Nicknamed "The Ox.

John Entwistle...The Side Man of The Who, One of Rock's "Starting Metal Days" Masters...John Is Missed Greatly!!

Bare Bones John Entwistle wore a skeleton suit at many gigs during their famous 1970 tour. They played their legendary gig at Leeds University that year and headlined the Isle of Wight Festival. w/ Fender Precision bass and Hiwatt stacks

John Entwistle: Rocking the Howard Wolowitz look decades in advance

John Entwistle was the legendary and highly influential bass player for The Who. Before Entwistle, pop music fans of all different styles could care less about the bass as an instrument, often not paying that much

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