session musician

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session musician

n
(Music, other) a studio musician, esp one who works freelance
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session musician

nSessionmusiker(in) m(f)

session musician

nmusicista m/f di studio
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A spell as a studio musician led to recording and touring with the likes of Amy Winehouse, The Police and Kanye West.
At 18, Adams met Jim Vallance, former drummer and principal songwriter of Vancouver-based rock band Prism who had then quit the band to focus on being a studio musician and songwriter; the duo forged a partnership that's still going strong.
Beginning in 1936 he toured for fifteen years with Cab Calloway's big band, after which he began working as a freelance studio musician in New York.
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Cooper had gigged his way through college and law school as a studio musician backing the likes of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and Bobby Darin.
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I thought I wanted to be a studio musician, but I love live performance,'' Daniels said.
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She began her career as an active studio musician, and has played on hundreds of motion picture, television, artist record and video game recordings.
A former studio musician and public school music teacher, Duke has worked closely with children at-risk, both in the public schools and through the juvenile justice system.
He trained at the Paris Conservatoire and had been expected to perform as a concert pianist but instead became a studio musician to support his sick father and his young family.
Bob Babbitt was a bassist and studio musician for several Motown acts including Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and Smokey Robinson.