Kevin Gilbert

About Kevin Gilbert

Kevin Gilbert had his first taste of professional rock recording playing keys on Eddie Money's Nothing to Lose album in 1988. He soon got his chance to try the recording game with his own project, Toy Matinee. That group released their only album, a self-titled one in 1989. He next worked with David Baerwold on his album Triage. The following album saw Gilbert showing up on Sheryl Crow's surprise hit album Tuesday Night Music Club. By 1995, Gilbert was ready to create his first solo album and Thud was the realization of that dream. He also found the time to play on Guitarland by Tim Pierce the same year. That year also saw his first appearance on one of Magna Carta Records' tribute albums, Tales From Yesterday. 1996 saw Gilbert bringing his keyboard skills to projects by both Susanna Hoffs and Unsung. He also made an appearance on another of Magna Carta's projects, this time the Genesis tribute album Supper's Ready. He appeared on The Rubinoos' Paleophonic in 1998. The Shaming of the True, his next solo album, came out in the year 2000. He also released a live album that year. ~ Gary Hill

Sacramento, CA, United States
November 20, 1966
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