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Who is Alan Pasqua?
Alan Pasqua is a jazz pianist, educator and composer. He co-composed the CBS Evening News theme. He also has had an extensive career in pop and rock music, most notably as a founding member, keyboardist and songwriter of the 1980s hard rock band, Giant. He studied at Indiana University and the New England Conservatory of Music. His album "Standards", with drummer Peter Erskine, was nominated for a Grammy award. As a jazz fusion player he has toured and recorded with Allan Holdsworth, among others.
- also known as Pasqua, Alan
- born on (63 years ago) in New Jersey
- nationality: United States of America
- education: New England Conservatory of Music
- profession: Jazz pianist, pianist
- member of musical groups:
- parent of Greta Pasqua
- genres: Jazz, Rock music
- albums: "My New Old Friend", "Standards", "Milagro", "The Antisocial Club"
- filmography: "Allan Holdsworth and Alan Pasqua: Live at Yoshi's"
- nomination: - nominated to Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album - "Standards", with Dave Carpenter & Peter Erskine
- official website: alanpasqua.com
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Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
MUSIC: Alan Pasqua. PRODUCTION DESIGN: Perry Andelin Blake. ART DIRECTION: Alan Au. COSTUME DESIGN: Tom Bronson.
Pop, Rock, and Worship by Don Cusic
Dann's brother, drummer David Huff, bass player Mike Brignardello, and keyboard player Alan Pasqua were also in the group.
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