Mike Slamer

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Mike Slamer
Genres Rock
Glam metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Labels Atlantic
Associated acts City Boy
Streets
Kix
Seventh Key
Steelhouse Lane

Michael Chetwynd "Mike" Slamer is a British guitarist.

Biography[edit]

Slamer started his career playing in the UK prog-rock band City Boy. Since then, he has worked as a staff composer for various movies and TV series, has been a session guitarist for numerous recording artists, and played in several bands.

He at different times cooperated with two members of the progressive rock band Kansas. With Steve Walsh he formed Streets, and with Billy Greer he created the band Seventh Key. Streets released two albums on the Atlantic Records label, 1st (1983) and Crimes in Mind (1985). A live Streets album was released on the BMG label in 1997 and features a concert for the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show from 1983.

Slamer has also released two albums with the group Steelhouse Lane, plus a solo album entitled Nowhere Land, with former Strangeways member Terry Brock on vocals (2006).

Discography[edit]

Seventh Key[edit]

Mike Slamer producer and Guitar

  • Seventh Key (With Billy Greer) (CD 2001)
  • The Raging Fire (With Billy Greer) (CD 2004)
  • Seventh Key Live In Atlanta (With Billy Greer)(CD and DVD 2005)
  • I Will Survive (With Billy Greer)(CD 2013)

Terry Brock[edit]

  • Diamond Blue (CD 2010) Mike Slamer producer and Guitar

Slamer (solo)[edit]

  • Nowhere Land (Frontiers Records, 2006)

Chris Thompson & Mike Slamer[edit]

  • Won't lie down (CD 2001)Mike Slamer Guitar

with Steelhouse Lane[edit]

  • Metallic Blue (Avex Trax, 1998)Mike Slamer Guitar
  • Slaves of the New World (Escape Music Ltd., 1999)Mike Slamer producer and Guitar

Angry Anderson[edit]

  • Blood From Stone (CD 1990)Mike Slamer Guitar

with Streets[edit]

with City Boy[edit]

  • City Boy - 1976
  • Dinner at the Ritz - 1977
  • Young Men Gone West - 1977
  • Book Early - 1978
  • The Day the Earth Caught Fire - 1979
  • Heads are Rolling - 1980
  • It's Personal - 1981
  • Anthology (Compilation) - 2001

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