Randy Kerber

Randy Kerber is credited for playing piano on Songs of Mass Destruction

Randy Kerber is a native Southern Californian. He began studying the piano at the age of 6, and by age 18 had become proficient in many diverse musical genres. He attended CSUN, but by the age of 20 had become so entrenched in Los Angeles studio work that he cut his education loose to pursue a career as a studio musician. Since then, Kerber has been nominated for an Academy Award for his composing work in The Color Purple, and a nomination for a Grammy for his arrangement of Over the Rainbow for Barbra Streisand. He produced the debut album for the German chanteuse, Ute Lemper, as well as orchestrations for James Horner, John Powell, and Marco Beltrami on many films. He has also composed commissioned works for the New Hollywood String Quartet. In addition to his studio career, Randy Kerber is a sought-after collaborator and performs regularly at chamber music concerts in the Los Angeles area and nationally

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