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Tribal Tech's Multi-Keyboardist Scott Kinsey's Kinesthetics Hits Record Stores

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Tribal Tech's keyboardist Scott Kinsey finally steps out as a leader in his own right on Kinesthetics, his long-overdue solo debut. Joining him on this outstanding effort are Tribal Tech drummer Kirk Covington, saxophonist and EWI specialist Steve Tavaglione, bassist and former Berklee College of Music classmate Paul Shihadeh, bassist Jimmy Earl, percussionists Brad Dutz and Cyril Atef. Special guests on this audacious, wildly creative outing include Scott's other Tribal Tech mates -- bassist Gary Willis and guitarist Scott Henderson -- along with drummer extraordinaire Vinnie Colaiuta, bassists Abraham Laboriel, Armand Sabal-Lecco and Robert Hurst, guitarists Michael Landau and Jinshi Ozaki, trumpeters Tim Hagans and Walt Fowler, percussionists Arto Tuncboyaciyan, Satnam Ramgotra and drummer Ronald Bruner Jr.

Scott Kinsey began studying piano at an early age and almost instantly became interested the synthesizer. After graduating from Boston's Berklee College of Music in 1991, Scott moved to Los Angeles and was soon touring the world with the critically acclaimed electric jazz group “Tribal Tech".

In addition to his work with Tribal Tech (feat. Scott Henderson and Gary Willis), Scott has performed and recorded with James Moody, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Philip Bailey, Anne Sofie Von Otter, Bill Evans, Robben Ford, Gary Willis, WDR Big Band, Serj Tankian (System of a Down), David Holmes & The Free Association, Joe Zawinul, Danny Carey (TOOL), Norrbotten Big Band, Tim Hagans, Bob Belden, Nicholas Payton & Sonic Trance, Matt Garrison and many others.

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