Ray Tabano
American musician
Ray Tabano
Ray Tabano is a musician and former Aerosmith rhythm guitarist. Tabano was replaced by Brad Whitford in 1971. In addition to his original work with the band, he helped maintain the band's office, hangout, and recording studio, "The Wherehouse", throughout the 1970s. He started the band's fan club and line of merchandise, designing and selling merchandise himself and writing the band's fan club newsletters.
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Se confirmó, Aerosmith tocará en Asunción. - Jaku'éke Paraguay
Google News - over 5 years
El guitarrista Joe Perry y el bajista Tom Hamilton, originalmente pertenecían a una banda llamada Jam Band, posteriormente se integraron el cantante Steven Tyler, el baterista Joey Kramer, y el guitarrista Ray Tabano, y formaron Aerosmith
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Pearl, Aerosmith y Guns siguen vigentes y vienen a nuestro país - Esto
Google News - over 5 years
El guitarrista Joe Perry y el bajista Tom Hamilton originalmente pertenecían a un grupo llamado Jam Band y posteriormente se integraron el cantante Steven Tyler, el baterista Joey Kramer y el guitarrista Ray Tabano, y formaron Aerosmith
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'What Have I Done?' A Father's Remorse - Crosswalk.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As Tyler's friend Ray Tabano notes, “They had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up.” The abortion industry claims that abortions do not cause psychological harm to either women or men. If that were true, Rachel's Vineyard would not be holding
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Steve Tyler, leader degli Aerosmith, e la vita sconvolta dall'aborto del figlio - UCCR - Ultimissime
Google News - over 5 years
Il chitarrista degli Aerosmith, Ray Tabano, ricorda: «Tyler uscì stravolto da quell'esperienza. Era solo un ragazzo e il fatto di aver visto tutto, di avere vissuto tutto, lo distrusse». Sebbene avesse già avuto esperienze con alcool e marjuana,
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Aerosmith vuelve a la Argentina - Diario Uno
Google News - over 5 years
El guitarrista Joe Perry y el bajista Tom Hamilton, originalmente pertenecían a una banda llamada Jam Band, posteriormente se integraron el cantante Steven Tyler, el baterista Joey Kramer, y el guitarrista Ray Tabano. En 1971, Tabano fue reemplazado
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Media, Celebrity Planned Parenthood Backers Ignore Abortion Reality - LifeNews.com
Google News - over 5 years
The abortion of his first child affected Tyler in ways noticeable even to others; his friend Ray Tabano remembers “it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He was there, he saw the whole thing and it [messed] him up big time
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Abortion saved my life - Salon
Google News - over 5 years
Burke quotes Tyler's friend Ray Tabano, from the book: "So they had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He ... saw the whole thing." He then quotes Tyler: "You go to the doctor and they put the needle in her belly and
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Exclusive: The Light of the World - the Steven Tyler and Julia Holcomb story - Lifesite
Google News - over 5 years
He promised to send Ray Tabano over the next day to take me shopping. Ray was a childhood friend of Steven's and had been a guitar player in the original band. I remember waiting by the window for Ray to arrive. He came to the apartment and I let him
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Are the Girl Scouts pro-abortion? - Salon
Google News - almost 6 years
Burke quotes Tyler's friend Ray Tabano, from the book: "So they had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He ... saw the whole thing." He then quotes Tyler: "You go to the doctor and they put the needle in her belly and
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'Jesús, ¿qué he hecho?': Encuentro traumático de estrella de rock Steve Tyler ... - Notifam
Google News - almost 6 years
Cuando la señorita Holcomb y Tyler concibieron un niño, su amigo de muchos años, Ray Tabano, persuadió a Tyler que el aborto era la única solución. En la “autobiografía” de Aerosmith, titulada El camino es por acá (Walk this Way) (en el que el autor
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Don't walk this way - World Magazine
Google News - almost 6 years
Ray Tabano, one of the friends who advised the procedure, put it more succinctly: “[Steven] saw the whole thing and it messed him up big time.” That might be an understatement—the abortion was likely not the only factor in Tyler's accelerating plunge
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National Review's crazy Steven Tyler abortion take - Salon
Google News - almost 6 years
Burke quotes Tyler's friend Ray Tabano, from the book: "So they had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He ... saw the whole thing." He then quotes Tyler: "You go to the doctor and they put the needle in her belly and
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Right Wing Co-opts Steven Tyler's "Post-Abortion Trauma" - Jezebel
Google News - almost 6 years
According to friend Ray Tabano, quoted by Burke: "So they had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He . . . saw the whole thing and it [messed] him up big time." Presumably he wouldn't have been so shaken up if it were a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ray Tabano
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2014
    Age 67
    In 2014, Ray was featured on an episode of Pawn Stars where he sold two prototype Aerosmith tour t-shirts to Rick Harrison.
    More Details Hide Details One was signed by the band; the other had both Tyler's & Tabano's names on the sizing tag. Ray originally asked $3000 for both shirts, but after having them appraised for about $2500, Rick bought them for $1100.
  • 2009
    Age 62
    As of September 2009, Tabano was running a catering company in Yonkers, New York.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1979
    Age 32
    He was fired in 1979, by Aerosmith's managers Steve Leber and David Krebs.
    More Details Hide Details Tabano was a childhood friend of Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler in their hometown of Yonkers, New York. They would eventually form into Steven's first band, The Strangeurs. Originally called the Strangers, the Strangeurs added a "u" to their name to avoid confusion with another band called the Strangers. The band consisted of Ray Tabano on bass guitar, Steven Tyler on drums, Green Mountain Boys member Don Soloman on keyboards and vocals, as well as a few childhood friends on guitars. The Strangeurs played in the local area as a cover band. The band focused on Top 40 hits and earned a steady wage as a party band around the New England area.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on December 23, 1946.
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