Best known seeing that the touring keyboardist for the Who because the later ’70s, John “Rabbit” Bundrick in addition has issued countless single releases, furthermore to session function for other performers. Delivered on November 21, 1948, in Houston, TX, Bundrick originated from an extremely musical family members (his mother performed piano, his dad the bass, and his brothers many other instruments), resulting in the youngster learning the piano at age seven. Four years later on, Bundrick became a member of his dad in an area country band, with age 15, was an in-demand program musician at regional Houston documenting studios. After a university career didn’t skillet out (Bundrick flunked all his topics aside from music), the youthful keyboardist relocated to LA, during which period he found the nickname “Rabbit” because of his buck tooth. Bundrick eventually came back back again to Houston, where he found steady session function once more, where period he befriended pop-reggae vocalist Johnny Nash. After surviving in Sweden for a period, Bundrick united with Nash in London, where he published several tunes for and performed on Nash’s strike 1972 album I COULD See Clearly Right now, which spawned an enormous hit single using its carefree name monitor. Through Nash, Bundrick fulfilled Bob Marley, and lent his synthesizer/key pad skills to Marley’s 1973 launch Catch a Open fire. Around once, Bundrick was asked to become listed on an offshoot task from the English blues-rock outfit Totally free known as Kossoff, Kirke, Tetsu & Rabbit, who spawned a lone self-titled launch before divorce. Nonetheless it was through these tasks the fact that floodgates for even more session work appeared to open up for Bundrick, as he performed on recordings by Sandy Denny, Andy Fairweather-Low, Jim Capaldi, Eric Burdon, Donovan, John Martyn, Silverhead, and Totally free (the latter which briefly reunited following the dissolution of Kossoff, Kirke, Tetsu & Rabbit). The first ’70s also noticed Bundrick concern his first few single produces, 1973’s Broken Arrows and 1974’s Dark Saloon, but program function was his primary concentrate, as he created a a friendly relationship with Who guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend while playing on his 1977 cooperation with Ronnie Street, Rough Combine. Bundrick then recognized an invite to become listed on United kingdom hard rockers Crawler, but besides a set of albums (1977’s Crawler and 1978’s Snake Rattle & Move), Bundrick’s stint using the group demonstrated unfruitful. It didn’t consider miss Bundrick to latch onto his following task as the Who had been looking to put in a keyboardist with their touring lineup because of their comeback 1979 globe tour. Bundrick got the gig (along with his initial rehearsals using the group noted in the Who’s great home video/Dvd and blu-ray Thirty Many years of Optimum R&B Live), and offers continued to be as the group’s touring keyboardist since, furthermore to playing on following solo produces by Who users Townshend (1980’s Clear Glass, 1985’s White colored Town: A Book, 1989’s Iron Guy: A Musical) and Roger Daltrey (1980’s McVicar, 1994’s Special event: The Music from the Who). Bundrick in addition has found time for you to concern countless further single releases by himself, including such game titles as Abendstimmung: Evening Bliss, Dreamcatcher: Global Trip, Desire Jungle, Echoes of Africa, The Fairy Backyard, Moccasin Warrior, Moccasin Warrior II, Work for Cover, SAME EXACT Story, Spirit from the Wolf, Tour Guideline, Welcome to America, and With the Dolphins. Additionally, Bundrick offers held up his constant session working arrangements, guesting on latter-day produces by such performers as Mick Jagger, Roger Waters, Mick Taylor, Richard & Linda Thompson, and Trevor Rabin, amongst others.