John York is an American musician who has a net worth of $1 million. John York was born in White Plains, New York in August 1946. He is a bassist and guitarist who is best known for playing with the band the Byrds from 1968 to 1969. He played on their albums Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde in 1969 and Ballad of Easy Ryder in 1969.
York also played with the band The Bees as well as the Sir Douglas Quintet and The Museuns. As a solo artist he has released the albums Sacred Path Songs in 1991, Clan Mother Songs (with Jamie Sams) in 1992, Claremont Dragon in 1998, Koto (with Yukiko Matsuyama) in 2003, Arigatou Baby in 2006, West Coast Revelation (with Kim Fowley) in 2007, and Trippin’ the 60s: The Show Songs Live (with Barry McGuire) in 2009. York was also featured on albums by CRY and Family Tree. He appeared on albums by The Mamas & The Papas, Peter Lewis, Carla Olson, and more.
|Net Worth:||$1 Million|