Allan Holdsworth

Real Name:Allan Holdsworth

Allan Holdsworth (born August 6, 1946; Bradford, West Yorkshire, England – died April 16, 2017; Vista, California, USA) was an English guitarist and composer best known for his work in jazz fusion.
After recording with a number of bands throughout the 1970's, his first solo album was released – against his will – as 1976's Velvet Darkness. I.O.U., the first solo album over which he had full artistic control, was released in 1982. He was inducted into Guitar Player Magazine's hall of fame and was a five-time winner of the magazine's readers' poll. He was also featured in Musician Magazine's 100 greatest guitarists of all time. , , Wikipedia , Imdb , YouTube
In Groups:'Igginbottom, Allan Holdsworth Band, Allan Holdsworth Group, Allan Holdsworth Quartet, Allan Holdsworth Trio, Bruford, Gong, Gongzilla, HoBoLeMa, I.O.U. (3), , Level 42, Pierre Moerlen's Gong, Soft Machine, Soft Works, Tempest (6), The New Tony Williams Lifetime, UK (3), Pat Smythe Quartet
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