Guitar master, Randy Bernsen was born in Needham, Massachusetts and grew up in Florida. He attended high school in Plantation and was active in the clubs of South Florida, starting at age 17. He studied at the University of Miami. During the mid-1970s, he was a part of the Peter Graves Orchestra, which played in Bachelors III with Jaco Pastorius. In 1977, he was a part of Blood, Sweat & Tears. Bernsen's debut album, Music for People, Planets & Washing Machines (1986), featured numerous greats of fusion jazz, including Urszula Dudziak, Bob James, Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius and Peter Erskine. After good reviews, Bernsen managed to sign up for the follow-up album, Mo' Wasabi, with Wayne Shorter, Michael Brecker, Marcus Miller, Steve Gadd, and Toots Thielemans. Read Randy's full biography here.
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