Gavin Friday &
Maurice Seezer
Bono
Renaud Pion
Michael Blair
Gareth Hughes
Julia Palmer
Des Moore
Catriona Ryan

Michael Blair

Producer/percussionist/writer Michael Blair's trash can consciousness helped Tom Waits make the Rain Dogs and Franks Wild Years albums. He added orchestral and avant-garde percussion to Elvis Costello's King of America and Spike. Michael composed music for Allen Ginsberg's The Lion for Real. He also served as the drummer supporting Lou Reed's poignant Magic and Loss. Living in Stockholm since 1993 with his wife and daughter, Michael has produced records for many Swedish artists including Eggstone, R&B diva, Ardis, and blues master, Sven Zetterberg. In the US, he co-produced and arranged the MTV Unplugged show for Soul Asylum and still travels as a session player, producer, and performer. Live appearances included the 2001 Polar Music Prize ceremony and the David Letterman television show in New York. He is currently involved in a number of activities including a collaboration with composer/producer Chris Bell. He produced the Ryan Adams song 'You Will Always Be The Same' on the album Demolition, was co-band-leader for The White Town, directed by Robert Wilson in Copenhagen, and co-produced a debut album for Karin Ström released in autumn 2003.