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Sam See

Sam See

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Sam was a founding member of Australian band Sherbet, toured England and Germany with Bon Scott's band 'Fraternity'. Joined Flying Circus and then Spent much of the seventies in the US and Canada with Canadian prog rock orchestra, Lighthouse and carved out a career as a session musician and in film score production. Sam came home on tour with Greg Quill's Country Radio in 1978 and decided to stay, forming the Stockley See and Mason Band. Became John Farnham's musical director in 1981 and then went on to record with a wide variety of artists including, the Black Sorrows, Goanna, Daryl Braithwaite, Tina Arena, Brian Cadd, Swanee, Broderick Smith. Produced records for Rose Bygrave, Tina Arena, No Nonsense, Separate Tables, Colleen Hewitt, Rhonda Burchmore and others. Wrote 'Reasons', the fourth hit single from John Farnham's 'Whispering Jack' album. Produced tracks for people like Olivia Newton-John, Vanetta Fields, Marina Prior and Marcia Hines.
Musical director for a number of events such as the AFL Grand Final, the Last Great Sixties Show and then, 'Tonight Live' hosted by Steve Vizard. Assembled the rocking-est band on TV, accompanying a wide range of artists including Tom Jones, John Farnham, Steve Morse.
Completed the score for the National Geographic/ABC documentary series 'Croc Country' and has played with Melbourne blues outfit 'The Hornets. Sam is currently working with Glyn Mason under the name of 'The Pardoners'

In Groups:Clapham Junction, Fraternity, Hot Knives (3), Lighthouse (2), Dave Evans & Thunder Down Under, Sherbet, Southern Cross (11), The Flying Circus, The Stockley, See, Mason Band
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