Slick Aguilar

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Slick Aguilar
Genres Rock
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1970s – present
Associated acts KC & the Sunshine Band
Wayne Cochran
Buddy Miles
David Crosby
KBC Band
Jefferson Starship
Marty Balin

Mark "Slick" Aguilar (born 1954 in Florida) is an American guitarist. He has worked with a number of notable musicians but is probably best known as a member of Jefferson Starship.

He played guitar with KC & the Sunshine Band and Wayne Cochran during the late 1970s before moving to the West Coast. It was there that he joined Buddy Miles' band and in 1982 he toured with David Crosby. In 1984 Slick joined Marty Balin's band which led to him being hired to play lead guitar in the KBC Band.

When Paul Kantner reformed Jefferson Starship in 1992 he hired Slick to as the band's lead guitarist, a position he held until 2012, when he had to temporarily depart the band due to falling ill with Hepatitis C.[1][2] Slick will officially return to the band with a "welcome back" show August 3, 2014 in New York City. He also sometimes performs with Marty Balin as a duo.

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with PAX band (Perú)

  • May god and your will land you and your soul miles away from evil (Sono Radio 1972)

with KBC Band

with Jefferson Starship

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