Jason Becker can be an American hard rock and roll guitarist who all formed the music group Cacophony in the later ’80s with fellow guitarist Marty Friedman and recorded two albums with it, Swiftness Steel Symphony (1987) and SET OFF! (1988). He produced the instrumental single album Perpetual Burn off in 1988. In 1989, he still left Cacophony and was employed by David Lee Roth to displace Steve Vai in his back-up band, appearing in the album JUST A LITTLE Ain’t A sufficient amount of (1991). Soon after he became a member of Roth’s band, nevertheless, he was identified as having Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), better referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, a uncommon degenerative illness that triggers paralysis. Even so, he been successful in completing another solo record, Perspective, released by himself label in 1996. Raspberry Jams, an record of demos, implemented in 1999, and in 2001, with the intercession of Eddie Truck Halen, Perspective was presented with major-label discharge on Warner Bros. Information.
|1||Neo-classical metal guitarist and songwriter.|
|2||Son of Pat Becker and Gary Becker.|
|3||Grandson of Wayne Heffley.|
|4||Nephew of Devon Heffley Curry.|
|In Search of the Great Song||2016||Documentary|
|Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet||2012||Documentary|
|Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet||2012||Documentary performer: "Altitudes", "Air", "End Of The Beginning", "Higher", "Rain", "Meet Me In the Morning", "Mr Tambourine Man" / writer: "It's Showtime", "Drop In the Bucket", "Altitudes", "Air", "End Of The Beginning", "Higher", "Rain"|
|In Search of the Great Song||2016||Documentary composer: additional music|
|One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das||2012||Documentary||Himself|
|Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet||2012||Documentary||Himself|
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