Bruno Ravel

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Bruno Ravel
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Robert Marcello (left) and Bruno Ravel (right) performing at the 2014 Sweden Rock Festival.
Background information
Born (1964-05-01) May 1, 1964 (age 53)
Genres Glam metal
Instruments Bass Guitar, Guitar, Cello, Piano
Years active 1970—present
Associated acts Danger Danger, Westworld

Bruno Ravel (born May 1, 1964) is a bassist and guitarist who is most famous for playing in the band Danger Danger in which he was the main composer.

Before Danger Danger, he was in the band Hotshot, along with original Danger Danger lead vocalist Mike Pont and Danger Danger drummer Steve West. He originally played with White Lion but was frustrated by a lack of compositional input.

In Danger Danger, he started out as a bassist, but after the departure of guitarist Andy Timmons, he also played as a guitarist for a while. Guitarist Rob Marcello has since taken up the guitar spot in Danger Danger.

He guested as a backing vocalist on Warrant's Cherry Pie album.

He also guested on TNT's All The Way to the Sun and My Religion. He has a side band called Westworld.

He also played the 1998-Tour with German Superstar NENA. One show from the Tour with Bruno (g), Van Romaine (d), Tony Bruno (g), Mike Tait (g) Derek von Krogh (key) and Nena is available on CD. Nena live (Polydor Germany 1998). NENA reached on March 10, 1984 the No.1 position in the US-Cashbox-Single-Charts with the original German version of "99 Luftballons".

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