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- Michael Anthony
Thundering bass lines, not to mention Michael Anthony’s instantly recognisable backing vocals, play a crucial role in the unique sound of high-octane rockers Van Halen, a band that has been Michael’s musical home since their formation in the mid ‘70s.
- Ross Copperman
“The CP300 has proven to be a great keyboard to take on the road. It has better dynamics than any other keyboard I've used and the sampled grand piano is excellent. The built in speakers make it extremely useful as well because if I'm not getting enough piano in my stage monitors I can just turn the speakers on and it's sorted.”
- Mickey Curry
When he was young, Mickey Curry dreamed of being a top session player, like his heroes Jeff Porcaro, Steve Gadd and Jim Gordon. He’s achieved that aim, playing with many top artists over the past twenty years. But during that same time he’s also maintained a high-profile and fulfilling gig with Canadian rocker Bryan Adams.
- Justin Foley
- David Garibaldi
Emerging from the vibrant late-1960s San Francisco East Bay music scene, the mighty Tower of Power eleven-piece soul-funk machine featured the famous Tower of Power horns and the devastating rhythm team of Francis ‘Rocco’ Prestia on bass and David Garibaldi, purveyor of some of the slickest funk beats ever heard.
- Ben Jolliffe
- Richie Kotzen
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, Richie began playing piano at the age of five. Aged seven and inspired by a Kiss poster, Richie took up the guitar.
- Ralph McTell
Ralph McTell is one of Britain’s most accomplished fingerstyle acoustic guitarists. Subscribing to the uniquely British style of playing associated with the likes of Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, the Ivor Novello winning guitarist penned the classic ‘Streets of London’ for his 1969 album ‘Spiral Staircase’.
- Larry Mullen
Larry Mullen is an instinctive drummer who, like the rest of U2, plays what comes naturally, directly from the heart. Larry has never liked to clutter U2’s songs with busy drumming – he’s always understood the value of drama-laden space. When U2 first made it big in the 1980s Larry already had a mature style which belied his youth.
- John Myung
Regarded as a doyen of progressive-rock bass playing, John Myung has helped steer Dream Theater through a sometimes turbulent career since their formation in the late ‘80s. He also showcases in a part-time project, Platypus, which includes guitarist and fellow Yamaha artist Ty Tabor.