Trent Gardner

Trent Gardner (1961 - 2016) was an American progressive rock musician and producer. He died on June 11, 2016.[1]

Trent Gardner
OriginUnited States
GenresProgressive rock, progressive metal
Occupation(s)Songwriter, record producer, manager
InstrumentsKeyboards, trombone, singing
Years active1985–2016
LabelsMagna Carta, InsideOut
Websitewww.magellansongs.com

Magellan (band) DiscographyEdit

Music Video

Singles

  • Icons (2015)
  • 25 Or 6 To 4 (2014)
  • Cynic's Anthem (2013)
  • The Better Suite (2013)
  • Good to Go? (2012)
  • Keep It (2012)
  • Hello, Goodbye (2012)
  • Dust in the Wind (feat. Rob Lopez) (2012)

LP

Trent's projectsEdit

Guest MembersEdit

AppearancesEdit

  • Robert Lamm - Co-founder of Chicago (band) "Living Proof" (2012)
    • Songs: "Out Of The Blue" & "Living Proof" (Composition/Keyboards).
  • James LaBrie "Mullmuzzler: Keep It To Yourself":
    • Songs: "Beelzebubba" (Trent Gardner - Keyboards/Trombone/Programming, Wayne Gardner - Horn Transcription)
    • "As A Man Thinks" (Trent Gardner - Spoken Words).
  • James LaBrie "Mullmuzzler: 2":
    • Song: "Afterlife".
  • James Murphy "Feeding the Machine":
    • Song:"Through Your Eyes (Distant Mirrors)" (Trent Gardner - Vocals).
  • "December People - Sounds Like Christmas"
    • Song: "What Child Is This", "Happy X-mas/War Is Over".
  • "America Our Home"
    • Song: "What Child Is This", "Happy X-mas/War Is Over".
  • "The Moon Revisited" (Pink Floyd Tribute Album):
    • Song: "Money".
  • "Tales From Yesterday" (Yes Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Don't kill the whale".
  • "Supper's Ready" (Genesis Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Mama".
  • "To Cry You A Song" (Jethro Tull Tribute Album)
    • Songs: "A Tull Tale", "Aqualung".
  • "Working Man" (Rush Tribute Album)
    • Song: "Freewill".
  • "Tribute to the Titans"
    • Songs: "Money", "Eclipse".

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Trent Gardner". Magellan Band. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013. Retrieved 9 April 2013.

Official Discography

External linksEdit