I have been working as a performing and recording artist since age 13. I began as a rock & roll/blues guitarist. From the age of 16, I worked with the late producer and Connecticut recording industry legend, Thomas Doc Cavalier worked as house studio guitarist at Trod Nossel Studios in Wallingford, and was the original lead guitarist for popular northeast rock act, The Scratch Band. Besides recordings with the Scratch Band and as a sideman for other Trod Nossel acts, I recorded with the great Ben E. King (of The Drifters fame), British folkrock icon, Donovan, and worked on numerous projects with the legendary Rolling Stones producer, Andrew Loog Oldham. It was a fun and exciting time for a teenager.
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