John Marshall was an English drummer and a founding member of the jazz rock group Nucleus. He died on September 16, 2023. He replaced Phil Howard as Soft Machine’s drummer from 1972 to 1978, taking over after Howard joined the band.
Marshall was born in Isleworth, Middlesex on 28 August 1941, and worked with various jazz and rock bands and musicians, among them J. J. Jackson, Allan Holdsworth, Barney Kessel, Alexis Korner, Graham Collier, Michael Gibbs, Arthur Brown, Keith Tippett, Centipede, Jack Bruce, John McLaughlin, Dick Morrissey, Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, John Surman, Charlie Mariano, John Abercrombie, Arild Andersen, and Eberhard Weber’s Colours.
He began collaborating with former Soft Machine bandmates in 1999 on projects including SoftWare, SoftWorks, and Soft Machine Legacy.
John Marshall (drummer) net worth at death
At his death, John Lennon’s net worth or income was believed to be between $1 million and $9 million. He began collaborating with former Soft Machine bandmates in 1999 on projects including SoftWare, SoftWorks, and Soft Machine Legacy.