English keyboardists

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  1. English heavy metal keyboardists 2 views

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  2. Liane Carroll

    Liane Carroll

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  3. English rock keyboardists

    English rock keyboardists

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  1. A Guy Called Gerald

    A Guy Called Gerald

    377 views
    British musician

  2. Adam Wakeman

    Adam Wakeman

    61 views
    British musician

  3. Adrian Snell

    Adrian Snell

    106 views
    British musician

  4. Alan Clark (keyboardist)

    Alan Clark (keyboardist)

    18 views
    British musician

  5. Alan Gowen

    Alan Gowen

    0 views
    British musician

  6. Alan Price

    Alan Price

    397 views
    English rock musician

  7. Alistair Murphy

    Alistair Murphy

    3 views

    Alistair Murphy is a British songwriter, record producer and musician.


  8. Andrew Jackman

    Andrew Jackman

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    British musician

  9. Andrew Latimer

    Andrew Latimer

    24 views
    English musician

  10. Andy Cato

    Andy Cato

    5 views
    Musician / Club DJ

  11. Andy Clark (musician)

    Andy Clark (musician)

    10 views


  12. Andy Connell

    Andy Connell

    4 views
    British musician

  13. Andy Leek

    Andy Leek

    20 views
    Musician

  14. Andy Whitmore

    Andy Whitmore

    2 views

    Andy Whitmore is a British Keyboard Player and Record Producer from London, UK. He works from his own studio Greystoke studios in Ealing, West London. Whitmore has produced 14 UK top-ten Hits including "Flava" by Peter Andre and "I've Got A Little Something For You" by MN8. He also produced the 2000 album Love Science 101 by Phoenix j.


  15. Arnold Loxam

    Arnold Loxam

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    Arnold Loxam was a professional concert organist. He was a native of Bradford, Yorkshire and gave his first broadcast there as a child pianist in 1925. Loxam made his first appearance on the keyboard of the Wurlitzer theatre organ at the then New Victoria cinema in Bradford. Arnold Loxam first visited the New Victoria Cinema, Bradford, which later became the Odeon, when he was a 14-year-old member of the audience on the opening night of the theatre on 22 September 1930.


  16. Barry Andrews (musician)

    Barry Andrews (musician)

    9 views
    Vocalist

  17. Ben Lovett (British musician)

    Ben Lovett (British musician)

    20 views
    British musician

  18. Ben Mills

    Ben Mills

    16 views
    British musician

  19. Beth Mburu-Bowie

    Beth Mburu-Bowie

    15 views
    British, Musician

  20. Bob Andrews (keyboardist)

    Bob Andrews (keyboardist)

    2 views

    Robert Charles "Bob" Andrews (born 20 June 1949) is an English keyboardist and record producer.


  21. Bob Jackson (musician)

    Bob Jackson (musician)

    9 views
    British musician

  22. Bob Stanley (Saint Etienne)

    Bob Stanley (Saint Etienne)

    2 views
    British musician

  23. Bon Harris

    Bon Harris

    1 view
    British musician

  24. Brett Domino

    Brett Domino

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    Brett Domino is the alter-ego of Youtube musician Rob J. Madin. As Brett Domino, he is a musician, internet celebrity and TV presenter from Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. He is best known for his YouTube videos, in which he plays mostly covers and medleys of popular songs on the Stylophone and keytar - sometimes with his band, 'The Brett Domino Trio'. The band are notable in that its members (Brett Domino, Steven Peavis and Mitch Hutchinson) all play exclusively keyboard instruments. In a number of recent videos, however, Brett and Steven have diversified to incorporate other instruments, such as ukulele, theremin, recorder, accordion and kalimba. Brett and the band have been featured a number of times as part of BBC Radio 1's Chris Moyles Show, and in 2009 the band appeared on ITV's Britain's Got Talent, performing live as the house band on two episodes of ITV2's sister show, Britain's Got More Talent, in the final week.


  25. Brian Auger

    Brian Auger

    85 views
    Musician

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