Trent Gardner

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Trent Gardner
OriginUnited States
GenresProgressive rock, progressive metal
Occupation(s)Songwriter, record producer, manager
InstrumentsKeyboards, trombone, singing
Years active1985–2016
LabelsMagna Carta, InsideOut
Associated actsMagellan, James La Brie, Leonardo the Absolute Man, Mullmuzzler, Explorers Club, Time Bandits, Steve Walsh
Websitewww.magellansongs.com

Trent Gardner (1961 - 2016) was an American progressive rock musician and producer. He died on June 11, 2016.[1]

Magellan (band) Discography[edit]

Music Video

Singles

  • Icons (2015)
  • 25 Or 6 To 4 (2014)
  • Cynic's Anthem (2013)
  • The Better Suite (2013)
  • Good to Go? (2012)
  • Keep It (2012)
  • Hello,Goodbye (2012)
  • Dust in the Wind (feat. Rob Lopez) (2012)

LP

Trent's projects[edit]

Guest Members[edit]

Appearances[edit]

  • Robert Lamm - Co-founder of Chicago (band) "Living Proof" (2012)
    • Songs: "Out Of The Blue" & "Living Proof" (Composition/Keyboards).
  • James LaBrie "Mullmuzzler: Keep It To Yourself":
    • Songs: "Beelzebubba" (Trent Gardner - Keyboards/Trombone/Programming, Wayne Gardner - Horn Transcription)
    • "As A Man Thinks" (Trent Gardner - Spoken Words).
  • James LaBrie "Mullmuzzler: 2":
    • Song: "Afterlife".
  • James Murphy "Feeding the Machine":
    • Song:"Through Your Eyes (Distant Mirrors)" (Trent Gardner - Vocals).
  • "December People - Sounds Like Christmas"
    • Song: "What Child Is This", "Happy X-mas/War Is Over".
  • "America Our Home"
    • Song: "What Child Is This", "Happy X-mas/War Is Over".
  • "The Moon Revisited" (Pink Floyd Tribute Album):
    • Song: "Money".
  • "Tales From Yesterday" (Yes Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Don't kill the whale".
  • "Supper's Ready" (Genesis Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Mama".
  • "To Cry You A Song" (Jethro Tull Tribute Album)
    • Songs: "A Tull Tale", "Aqualung".
  • "Working Man" (Rush Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Freewill".
  • "Tribute to the Titans"
    • Songs: "Money", "Eclipse".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Trent Gardner". Magellan Band. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013. Retrieved 9 April 2013.

Official Discography

External links[edit]