Stu Goldberg

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Stuart Wayne "Stu" Goldberg (born July 10, 1954, Malden, Massachusetts) is an American jazz keyboardist.

Goldberg was born in Massachusetts but raised in Seattle, and played with Ray Brown at the Monterey Jazz Festival in 1971. He attended the University of Utah, taking his bachelor's in music in 1974, then relocated to Los Angeles.[1] He played with the Mahavishnu Orchestra in 1975, and subsequently worked in the 1970s with Al Di Meola, Freddie Hubbard, Alphonse Mouzon, Michal Urbaniak, and Miroslav Vitous. He booked a tour of Europe in 1978 as a solo keyboardist, and released several albums under his own name and with Toto Blanke (de)'s Electric Circus. Returning to Los Angeles in 1985, he worked extensively in film soundtracks (including with Lalo Schifrin and Ira Newborn) and as a studio musician.

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  1. ^ "Stu Goldberg". The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. 2nd edition, ed. Barry Kernfeld.