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David Torn (US)
Richard Barbieri (UK)
Julie Slick (US)
Steve Hogarth (UK)
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David Torn (born 1953 in Amityville, New York) is a guitarist and composer known for electronics and performance techniques that have a highly atmospheric or textural quality. He is particularly well known among guitarists for his use of looping effects.
Torn rose to prominence as a member of Jan Garbarek's quartet in the mid-1980's. He has recorded six albums as a leader for the ECM, Windham Hill, CMP, and 75 Ark record labels. He has also recorded a series of CD-ROMs with looping and other ambient music material that can be used as samples by other artists.
In 1992 he was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma, a life-threatening form of brain tumor. The surgery that followed left him deaf in the right ear, but didn't...
The Swedish band Isildurs Bane released their first album in 1984, and continue to the present day with their mixture of progressive rock, jazz, and avant garde music. Original members were Kjell Severinsson (drums), Jan Severinsson (flute, violin), Mats Nilsson (guitar, vocals), Ingvar Johansson (bass), Bengt Johnsson (keyboards), and Dan Andersson (guitar, oboe).
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Richard Barbieri has been Porcupine Tree's keyboard/synthesizer player since 1993 (what started as a studio/home project by Steven Wilson developed into a successful touring band with major label releases and a worldwide profile).
Richard's musical career started at the age of 17 when he joined the band Japan. During the early eighties the band achieved commercial and critical success culminating in the groundbreaking album Tin Drum which stayed in the album charts for a year. The album sessions involved Richard in his most intense period of analogue synthesizer programming.
More recently, Richard began to leave the "comfort zone" of his analogue synthesizers in favour of exploring the potential offered by digital s...
Julie Slick began playing bass at eleven years of age. In 1998, at age twelve, she joined the Paul Green School of Rock Music, and soon became the school’s first All-Star bassist. This led to an appearance in the award winning documentary, Rock School, as well as a role in several tracks on the movie’s soundtrack. By age sixteen, she had already performed across America and Europe with legendary musicians like Frank Zappa alumni Ike Willis and Napoleon Murphy Brock, Jon Anderson of Yes, Stewart Copeland of the Police, Ann Wilson of Heart, and Alice Cooper.
Three years after graduating the School of Rock and while a junior at Drexel University working toward a degree in Music Industry, she toured the UK with Philadelphia icon Chuck...