Jon Brant
American musician
Jon Brant
Jon Brant was the bass player for the band Cheap Trick from 1981 to 1987. In addition to his work with that band, Brant has also played with artists including Chris Spedding, Micki Free, Robert Gordon, Lou Reed, and Diana Ross. He was also bassist for the band Red Siren, or Siren after they legally had to change their name.
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On Losing Your Hearing When Music's Your Job
Huffington Post - 9 months
Brent Harris is the founding drummer of New Zealand band Cut Off Your Hands. He's also had sensorineural hearing loss since his late teens, which means his hearing is slowly but steadily deteriorating and may one day go entirely. Doctors have never been able to give Brent a solid reason for his hearing's degeneration, or tell him how long he'll have it for. This rather heavy unknown has had a big impact on his career as a musician, including leading him to question whether he should continue to play music at all - particularly difficult as it's the thing he loves to do most. Not knowing for sure if his hearing loss would be worsened by drumming, Brent chose to stick with it, and enjoyed many good times with the band as a result. Now 29, Brent's hearing is continuing to decline, but he's still got it. I found out more for Impolitikal.com. Can you talk a bit about your musical background? Like most people who have music in their bones, I was fascinated by music from a really young ...
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Down secret stairs and passageways at Waddesdon Manor
The Bucks Herald - over 3 years
In days gone by, let’s be honest, most of us would have been a part of the serving classes – there were very few at the top, a few in the middle and the masses at the bottom, writes Heather Jan Brunt.
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When Mrs Thatcher made my daughter’s Christening extra special, by Herald reporter Heather Jan Brunt
The Bucks Herald - almost 4 years
When my daughter was christened at Ellesborough church in April 1990 I knew there was a possibility Mrs Thatcher may be in the congregation, after all I had seen her there many times.
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Micki Free, the Hard Rock Café, and the Future of Native American Music - Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock
Google News - almost 6 years
Markie D of the Fat Boys teaches hip-hop songwriting, Jon Brant (formerly of Cheap Trick) teaches guitar, and we groom the contestants for the Star Search finale. It's open to all Seminole Tribal members. It used to be, on the Rez [reservation],
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