Trevor Charles Rabin (/ ˈ r eɪ b ɪ n /; born () 13 January 1954) is a South African musician, singer-songwriter, producer, and film composer. Born into a musical family and raised in Johannesburg, Rabin took up the piano and guitar at an early age and became a session musician, playing and producing with a variety of artists.
Beginnings is the debut studio album by South African musician and singer-songwriter Trevor Rabin, released in 1977 on RPM Records. In 1978, the album was reissued as Trevor Rabin by Chrysalis Records. It was reissued in 2003 by Voiceprint Records. Track listing. All tracks composed by Trevor Rabin.
- Legal rights to the name "Yes"
- Band members
Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman, also known as Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman, were a progressive rock band founded by former Yes members Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman in an offshoot of the band. The three had previously worked together in Yes for the 1991–1992 Union Tour. The trio were first announced as working together in 2010. After working on new music since 2011, the band announced activity in January 2016 as Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman. Plans for a...
Singer Jon Anderson, singer and guitarist Trevor Rabin, and keyboardist Rick Wakeman were former members of the progressive rock band Yes. Anderson had co-founded Yes with bassist Chris Squire in 1968, and had been a member in three stints until 2008; Wakeman had been a member in
In June 2016, the band agreed to put their album "on the back burner" and make their debut tour a priority. Anderson reasoned the decision down to the little amount of time available for the group to tour and exchange music, in addition to the fact that the group were unsure how
A studio album was in progress from April 2011, which began when Anderson and Rabin exchanged musical ideas online by sharing music files recorded at their home studios, to which Wakeman then incorporated his own later. Anderson described their new songs as "unique"; Wakeman said
At the time of Squire's death, the band name "Yes" was co-owned by Anderson, Squire, Howe, and Yes drummer Alan White. During Squire's lifetime, he and Anderson had informally agreed that only Squire's group would use the name "Yes". In 2018, Anderson said that Squire's wife Scotland had suggested, in the wake of his death, that both groups could use the name.
Live musicians 1. Lee Pomeroy – bass, backing vocals 2. Lou Molino III – drums, percussion, backing vocals 3. Iain Hornal – bass, backing vocals
Jacaranda is the fifth studio album by South African musician, songwriter, and producer Trevor Rabin, released on May 8, 2012 on Varèse Sarabande.His first solo album of new material since Can't Look Away (1989), Rabin started work on the album in 2007 by writing music in various sryles that was challenging for him to play, including jazz fusion, rock, blues, classical, and bluegrass.
Trevor Rabin llegó ganar un premio sudafricano por su coproducción en el álbum. Rápidamente lograron un contrato de grabación y distribución con Capricorn en los Estados Unidos, pero Rabbitt estaba imposibilitado de hacer giras en el extranjero debido al rechazo internacional de las políticas del apartheid contra Sudáfrica.
Trevor Charles Rabin, född 13 januari 1954, är en sydafrikansk rockmusiker och filmmusikkompositör.. På 1970-talet var Rabin tonårsidol i hemlandet i bandet Rabbit.Han flyttade till London, där han gav ut tre soloplattor, alla i en rockig och progressiv stil.
トレヴァー・ラビン（英語: Trevor Rabin 、1954年 1月13日 - ）は、南アフリカ共和国出身のロック ミュージシャン、シンガーソングライター、ギタリスト。 主にソロでの実績をもち、バンドとしてはプログレッシブ・ロック・バンド「イエス」での活動で知ら ...
Trevor Rabin, mint filmzeneszerző. A kiválásának oka nem más volt, mint az, hogy megismerkdett a Yes koncertbillentyűsével, aki nem más, mint Mark Mancina. Ő éppen a Twister című filmzenéjén dolgozott, s arra kérte Trevort, hogy a gitárrészeket játssza el ő.
In 2004, Squire, Howe, and White reunited for one night only with former members Trevor Horn, Trevor Rabin and Geoff Downes during a show celebrating Horn's career, performing three Yes songs. The show video was released in DVD in 2008 under the name Trevor Horn and Friends: Slaves to the Rhythm.