George Duke
George Duke (b. 12 Jan 1946 in San Rafael, CA, USA - d. 5 Aug 2013 in Los Angeles, CA), was a pianist and synthesizer pioneer, who also majored in the trombone. Early influences: Les McCann and cousin Charles Burrell. First gig was with the house band at the Half Note club and with vocal band Third Wave in 1968, from there he backed such musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Dorham and Don Ellis, playing session musician on Jean-Luc Pontys Pacific Jazz Albums.1970 was a milestone for Duke playing on The Mothers of Invention album 200 Motels.
299 members
Add Influence
George Duke
George Duke (b. 12 Jan 1946 in San Rafael, CA, USA - d. 5 Aug 2013 in Los Angeles, CA), was a pianist and synthesizer pioneer, who also majored in the trombone. Early influences: Les McCann and cousin Charles Burrell. First gig was with the house band at the Half Note club and with vocal band Third Wave in 1968, from there he backed such musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Dorham and Don Ellis, playing session musician on Jean-Luc Pontys Pacific Jazz Albums.1970 was a milestone for Duke playing on The Mothers of Invention album 200 Motels.
Add Influence
299 members
1/50
Processing new audio file...
24 FIRE
SAVE
SHARE
33 plays
Report inappropriate
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
1/50
Processing new audio file...
15 FIRE
2 SAVES
SHARE
55 plays
Report inappropriate
Call Of Duty
Got inspired by the game more
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
1/50
Processing new audio file...
19 FIRE
1 SAVE
SHARE
34 plays
Report inappropriate
Fortnite
inspired by the video game more
Timed  ▼Newest
▼Timed   Newest
Show more comments
Support Center
-
Got questions?

DistroKid News
-
What's new with us

Instagram
-
Watch our 1-minute help videos!

Twitter
-
We tweet things sometimes

Facebook
-
Let's be friends

YouTube
-
More videos, yo.