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Brighton born international composer, record producer and entrepreneur David Courtney has worked with some of the music industries legendary names including: Roger Daltrey David Gilmour - Jimmy Page Eric Clapton - Sir Paul McCartney - Adam Faith - Ritchie Blackmore - Gene Pitney - Sir Tim Rice – Russ Ballad - Steve Cropper (Booker T & The Blues Bros) - Al Kooper  Ray Parker Jnr - John Entwhistle - Alvin Lee – Hank Marvin - Joe Egan (Steelers Wheel)  Roger Chapman  - Steve Lukatha (Toto) Jeff Porcaro (Toto) Mick Ronson to name but a few


David was also the man behind the success of Leo Sayer and co-wrote many of his international hits including ‘The show must go on’ ‘One man band’ ‘Long tall glasses’ (I can dance), ‘Giving it all away’ the hit single from Roger Daltrey’s debut solo album ‘Daltrey’ and many other works such ‘Shooting star’ and ‘Who were you with in the moonlight’ for UK 80’s pop duo ‘Dollar’ and ‘Magic Touch’ a top 20 hit for the US disco band ‘Odyssey’


David Courtney has numerous entrees in various "Rock Music Encyclopedias".  Platinum, Gold and Silver Disc Awards representing the millions of records sold worldwide. ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers) awards and a Grammy nomination


David is the founder and CEO of Walk of Fame Ltd the trade mark owners of the Walk of Fame cultural attractions in the UK which follow in the tradition of its famous Hollywood predecessor. The first UK Walk of Fame was established and launched in Brighton with 100 names in 2002 followed in 2010 with the Bristol Walk of Fame and in 2016 the world’s first Football Walk of Fame was launched a joint venture with The National Football Museum and legendary artist Paul Trevillion. 2018 will see The Music Walk of Fame’ established  in Camden London a living, breathing cultural monument to recognise the contribution of global music icons and influencers.

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