Eric Ragno

Recording and Touring Artist

Eric plays the M-solo and Sk-1

Eric Ragno is a keyboard player based in Los Angeles. He has appeared on dozens of rock albums, performing on tracks with Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductees Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley (Kiss), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top) Ace Frehley (Kiss) and Metal Hall of Fame inductees Steve Vai, Jeff Scott Soto and Armored Saint among others. He has performed across the U.S. and around the world with The Babys, Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow/Deep Purple), Dawn Robinson (En Vogue), Jimi Jamison (Survivor), and Metal Hall of Fame inductees Graham Bonnet (Rainbow), Neil Turbin (Anthrax) and Tony Harnell (TNT). After touring with legendary rock band The Babys, Eric contributed music to the soundtrack for the John Waite documentary The Hard Way.

The son of rock musicians, Eric began playing music at an early age. Private lessons lead to multiple semesters at Paul Simon’s Guitar Study Center in New York City, and the music program at New Jersey City University. Earning his stripes while opening for national 80s acts, he eventually moved to Los Angeles to perform with the headliners. Merging a classic sound with a modern feel, Eric’s reputation and songwriting quickly made him a regular contributor to the roster of Frontiers Records, the largest label in the genre. The prestigious rock site bestowed Eric the title of Keyboard Player of the Year four times.

Eric is a proud Hammond artist, and is a member of the legendary 80s band LONDON. He is currently on tour with the LEGENDS OF CLASSIC ROCK, a supergroup comprised of former members of Great White, White Lion, Paul Rodgers and Company, Alice Cooper, and Quiet Riot. This stellar line-up dives into their vast repertoire of hits, performing songs from major artists they’ve worked along the way. The band is currently performing an ongoing residency on board the Icon of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world.

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