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Welcome to the tribute to John Mylett, Liverpool musician and friend who will never be forgotten, a talented charismatic man who was loved by all ...
Welcome to the tribute to John Mylett, Liverpool musician and friend who will never be forgotten, a talented charismatic man who was loved by all and who is never out of our thoughts. Tony B
Sadly, I never met John personally. I saw him perform with NUTZ many times, especially when they supported STATUS QUO back in the good old days. I was already in my first band when I first saw them in 1974 and they completely blew me away. John's drumming especially got to me and he was easily my main influence. His drum solos still send shivers up and down my spine. In the later 1980's I did get to meet Dave Lloyd as he was booked to do backing vocals alongside Nicky Moore for the album MAMMOTH, a band for which I was their only drummer. Their first tracks recorded only as demos but later released by ANGEL AIR used a drum machine and I played on all of their recordings. John had already passed when I joined MAMMOTH but he was the only drummer I ever kept in mind as a mentor. As I said, I never met the man, but I still love like a brother. God Bless you John, with love and a heavy heart from Vinnie Reed
I never knew John personally but knew him for the great drummer that he was. I was reminder just how good he was with the re-release of the Nutz albums and was very sad to read about his passing. I was lucky enough to see Nutz and Rage live, and I was always transfixed watching John do his magic.
May he RIP
I didn't know him that well but that's probably the point as almost 40 yrs later I still remember him well, that smile, the great humour, a charm of a man!!
God Bless you John!
I never spoke to John or knew him but I knew of him.I remember seeing him in the Wilsons with his girlfriend.And I remember her wearing a Carrere Records t shirt. He just looked the rock star.Shame what happened to hm and his girlfriend. Me and me mate was at the opening night of Mylo's rock club.Dave Lloyd etc played that night. I remember talking to the guitarist of another Liverpool rock band called "Firing Squad",that night.
Didnt know ya too long John,but the times we had you were a gent,last time together was a party after a Rory Gallagher gig,we got pissed on Guinness and I couldnt get Rory to swap wrangler jackets with me,even when you said he should,always remember that night John,thanks and God Bless You,
that aint thunder I hear,it's John playin in heaven.
Take care of him god
Happy Birthday John wherever you are ~ I know you will always remember all the people who to this day, remember you with the fondness and affection you radiated so naturally amongst those that had the good fortune to meet you. You'll already know by the passing years, that everyone you knew, at some point, will and do stop to share a thought about you either within themselves or with others. Lets hope that one day we all do get to meet old friends again, friends who departed this mortal coil before the rest of us who are still missed by all...All the best John...
Brilliant Drummer taken far too soon. Bet he never knew I used his snare as a timbale once when recording at Amazon! makes up for Nutz stealing our guitarist!!!
Watching Mylo do an amazing solo at the Royal Court on stage with Nutz in their pomp!
Saw him with Nutz many times, and chatted to him a couple of times......Didn't personally know Mylo, but friends over in Liverpool did, and always had good things to say about the guy.......still missed, as this site is testament to....
My memory of John is that he was just a very nice guy.
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