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Eric Troyer

 

Eric Troyer


Eric Lee Troyer (born 10 April 1949) is an American keyboardist, singer, songwriter, and occasional guitarist, best known as a member of ELO Part II and its successor, popular live band, The Orchestra. Troyer was a founding member of ELO Part II, having been recruited by band leader Bev Bevan in 1989.[1]

Life and career

Troyer was born in Elkhart, Indiana.[1] He has appeared as a session musician and backing vocalist on albums by such artists as John Lennon (Double Fantasy), Bonnie Tyler (Faster Than the Speed of Night, Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire, "Total Eclipse of the Heart"), Jim Steinman (Bad for Good), James Taylor, Carly Simon, Julian Lennon, Billy Joel (An Innocent Man), Frankie Miller (Double Trouble), Rick Derringer, Ian Hunter (All of the Good Ones Are Taken), Aerosmith, Kiss, Garland Jeffreys, Lou Reed (New Sensations), Celine Dion and Meat Loaf (Couldn't Have Said It Better).[1]

In 1980, Troyer scored a minor solo hit with "Mirage." An accompanying album titled String of Pearls[2] was recorded, but never officially released. Thirteen years later, he did release a solo CD, Model Citizen. He also performed the song "This is the Love," which was featured in the 1989 film, Night Visitor.[3]

Troyer has three daughters: Lauren, born in 1986; Lindsay, born in 1983; and Asia, born in 1973.[1]

References

External links

  • http://EricTroyer.net
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Collaborations @ Allmusic.com - credits
  • Theorchestra.sitesled.com
  • Members.iinet.net.au
  • Under 30 May 1999: Mentions the potential title of Troyer's unreleased 1980 album

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