Danny Saber

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Danny Saber
Born 1966 (age 49–50)
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation(s) Musician, audio engineer, record producer, remixer
Instruments Guitar, bass guitar, organ, keyboard
Associated acts Black Grape, Agent Provocateur

Danny Saber (born 1966) is a Los Angeles, California musician, audio engineer, record producer, and remixer. A former member of Black Grape and Agent Provocateur, Saber plays guitar, bass, organ, and keyboards, and is also a prominent Los Angeles DJ.

Saber has earned a good reputation for diversity in his production and remixing talents, as the genres of the artists with whom he has worked have included pop (Madonna, Seal), rock (David Bowie, U2, The Rolling Stones), heavy metal (Ozzy Osbourne, Korn, Marilyn Manson), hip-hop (Busta Rhymes, Public Enemy, Jadakiss), and more. Saber co-produced and performed on Alice Cooper's Along Came a Spider album, and has songwriting credits on eight of the eleven songs on the album. He has also scored and or contributed music to a wide range studio and films (Blade II, Moulin Rouge, Dallas 362, The Limey, Played). His current project is "The Power of Love" concert which will take place in Spring 2014.

Saber was also a judge for the 7th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.[1]

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