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Nathan East

Nathan East

With recording, performance and co-writing credits as varied as Eric Clapton, Babyface, Al Jarreau and Phil Collins, Nathan East has deservedly gained a reputation as much for musical versatility as his profound skills on bass. Few players are in more constant demand.

Antonio Forcione

Antonio Forcione

Hailed as the Jimi Hendrix of the acoustic guitar, Antonio Forcione has a charismatic stage personality with the instinct of a musician determined to brush aside artificial barriers, creating an amazing fusion of emotional expression and formidable technique.

Abraham Laboriel

Abraham Laboriel

Abraham Laboriel is one of the world’s most sought-after session bassists, playing for a roster of top artists that reads like a who’s who of the jazz, crossover and popular music fields. He also has solo albums to his name and was a founding member of the internationally acclaimed fusion groups, Koinonia and Friendship.

Derrin Nauendorf

Derrin Nauendorf

Derrin Nauendorf, 28, (pronounced No-en-dorf) invested his life in music after picking up a guitar in high school. His competence and enthusiasm for the instrument quickly led to him playing in many rock and blues bands in his native Australia, and eventually a tour of North America by the age of 21.

Billy Sheehan

Billy Sheehan

With his trail-blazing heavy-rock technique, Billy Sheehan has scooped more readers’ poll ‘Best Bass Player’ awards than most players could dream of, including an unprecedented 14 years in a row from Player Magazine, Japan’s number-one music mag. Mr Big might no longer be together, but Billy rocks on.

Mike Stern

Mike Stern

Establishing a pedigree profile through his work in the ‘70s and early ‘80s with Blood, Sweat & Tears, Billy Cobham and particularly Miles Davis, Mike Stern has proved a giant innovator in his field, earning the unalloyed praise of peers and fans alike. As Guitar World once said: “One of the true guitar greats of his generation.”

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