Steve Tavaglione

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Steve Tavaglione
GenresJazz fusion
InstrumentsWoodwind, EWI
Associated actsCaldera

Steve Tavaglione is a woodwind and EWI musician most notable for his work as a co founder of the Latin fusion group Caldera with Jorge Strunz and Eduardo Del Barrio, his work with noted keyboard players Scott Kinsey and John Beasley, and work in the television and film industry.

Tavaglione lives in Southern California, and is a leading studio musician for television programs such as CSI, CSI: NY and Charmed, and films including Bridge of Spies, Alpha Dog, Wall-e, Finding Nemo, Road to Perdition, American Beauty.

Tavaglione also released the solo records Blue Tav in 1990 and Silent Singing in 1997. He has recorded and appeared with Dave Weckl, Sly & The Family Stone, Roger Waters, Jimmy Earl, Steve Winwood, David Crosby and numerous others.


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