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- 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
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 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, 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
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
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.”