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Eric Ragno is a keyboard player based in Los Angeles. Known in rock circles as the go-to guy, he has appeared on dozens of rock albums, performing on tracks with Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley of Kiss, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top and many others. He has performed across the U.S. and around the world with luminaries like Graham Bonnet (Rainbow), Dawn Robinson (En Vogue), Eric Martin (Mr. Big), and more. He is currently touring with the legendary rock band LONDON, who were featured prominently in the film The Decline of Western Civilization. 

 

 

    

Jimi Jamison of Survivor

Danny Seraphine (Chicago), Eliiot Easton (The Cars) and Lee Sklar (James Taylor)

Fergie Frederiksen (Toto)

 

The son of rock musicians, Eric began playing music at an early age. Private lessons lead to multiple semesters at Paul Simonís Guitar Study Center in New York City, and the music program at New Jersey City University. Earning his stripes while opening for national 80s acts on the East Coast, he eventually moved to Los Angeles to work with artists like Jeff Scott Soto and Tony MacAlpine.

 

Live in Prague

Melodic Rock Fest with Joe Lynn Turner, Jack Blades & Jimi Jamison

on stage in Prague

Graham Bonnett (Rainbow)

with Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow), Jack Blades (Night Ranger), Jimi Jamison (Survivor)

 

Merging a classic sound with a modern feel, Ericís reputation and songwriting quickly made him an in-demand contributor to the roster of Frontiers Records, the largest label in the genre. The prestigious rock site MelodicRock.com bestowed Eric the title of Keyboard Player of the Year in 2007, 2008, and a third time in 2011.

 

Offstage with Dre Allen & En Vogue's Dawn Robinson

Jam with Jeff Scott Soto & Steve Lukather

Jam with Journey's Ross Valory

Dre Allen & Dawn Robinson (En Vogue) 

with Jeff Scott Soto & Steve Lukather (Toto)

jamming with Ross Valory (Journey) 

 

 Eric is proudly sponsored by the Hammond Organ company, TKL Cases and Standtastic Stands. He has appeared multiple times in Keyboard Magazine, Fireworks Magazine, Progression Magazine, the Guitar World Buyers' guide, MMR Magazine and The Music Trader. Eric also launched a free mobile app, available in the Apple and Andoid app stores

 

 

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