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Who is Graham Lear?
Graham Lear is a drummer, best known for his time with Gino Vannelli, Santana and REO Speedwagon. He was born in the United Kingdom on July 24, 1949. In 1952 his family moved to London, Ontario. He began his professional career at the age of 13 with the London Symphony Orchestra. During his teenage years he practiced, played and toured with several bands in Canada and the United States. Gino Vannelli was the first major recording artist to recognize Graham’s talents and he recorded with Gino on some of his most important work. He has toured and/or recorded worldwide with Carlos Santana, Paul Anka, REO Speedwagon and Saga. He has also worked with T.V./ Film composers Henry Mancini, Domenic Troiano, Jimmy Dale, David Foster, Mexican jazz/fusion group Sacbe, and recorded jingles for Nike, Molson and Avia.
- also known as Lear, Graham
- born on (66 years ago) in United Kingdom
- nationality: Canada
- profession: Musician
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- official website: www.grahamlear.com
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by Colin Larkin
Graham Lear, Orestes Vilató and Coke Escovedo. By 1969 Santana were regional favourites, and Carlos had made a prominent guest appearance on Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield'sThe Live Adventures Of Al Kooper And Mike Bloomfield.
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