Dating mike garson
They recorded one eponymous album in 1976 before going their separate ways.
In 1982, Garson became a member of the jazz ensemble Free Flight, founded by flautist Jim Walker.
In 2011, Garson contributed a remarkable piano solo to "Night Garden," a pop-psychedelic-Latin jazz song by singer-songwriter Johnny J. The track was issued on Blair's album I Like the Street , an album that drew comparisons to David Bowie, Roxy Music, and Velvet Underground.
Garson premiered a new commissioned work in 2014, written in collaboration with medical patients in partnership with brain surgeon Dr.
Garson also played on Nine Inch Nails album The Fragile, as well as with No Doubt, Perry Ferrell .
Mike’s work, a set of movements of original music compositions, titled “Symphonic Healing Suite” which will continue with the National Symphony in 2016 along with Garson’s latest solo album release.
After the tour, he joined Corgan on his solo effort—the soundtrack for the movie Stigmata, and played on the piano section of "Glass and the Ghost Children" off of Machina/The Machines of God.
Additionally, Garson performed piano on the song "With Every Light" off of Machina/The Machines of God.
And Bowie said: 'play a solo on this.' I had just met him, so I played a blues solo, but then he said: 'No, that's not what I want.' And then I played a Latin solo. Garson played with Bowie on and off over the years, resurfacing on The Buddha of Suburbia and 1. Parallel to this work with Bowie, Garson engaged in his own solo career as a jazz pianist.
Again, Bowie said: 'No no, that's not what I want.' He then continued: 'You told me you play that avant-garde music. He is regarded in the industry as one of the very few 'rock' pianists capable of performing extended piano solos.