• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.

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J.R. teams up with Williamson…

Mark Williamson has been very active at the Contemporary Christian Music front and together with Chris Eaton, he has written a lot of great songs. In 1989 he teamed up with studiodrummer John “J.R.” Robinson and formed the duo Bridge 2 Far.

The only release from them was a fantastic album in the AOR west coast music style, and with great musicians such as. Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Neil Stubenhaus, Freddie Washington, David Paich, Larry Williams and many more.

Discography

Bridge 2 Far

Sony Music 2013

Tracks: Heaven On Earth, I Must Be Blind, Say You Will, Anyone Out There, Caught Inside Your Heart, We Got A Way, Hold You Tonight, Straight To The Heart & This Is Killing Me.

Musicians on the Bridge 2 Far album: Mark Williamson, John Robinson, Martin Walsh, Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Al McKay, Clem Clemson, Neil Stubenhaus, Freddie Washington, Aaron Zigman, David Paich, Larry Williams, John Van Tongeren, Richard Souther, Alan Shacklock, Jerry Hey, Gary Grant, Kim Hutchcroft, Dan Higgins, Kirk Whalum, Lance Ellington & Chris Eaton.

Bridge 2 Far

CBS Records 1989

Tracks: Heaven On Earth, I Must Be Blind, Say You Will, Anyone Out There, Caught Inside Your Heart, We Got A Way, Hold You Tonight, Straight To The Heart & This Is Killing Me.

Musicians on the Bridge 2 Far album: Mark Williamson, John Robinson, Martin Walsh, Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Al McKay, Clem Clemson, Neil Stubenhaus, Freddie Washington, Aaron Zigman, David Paich, Larry Williams, John Van Tongeren, Richard Souther, Alan Shacklock, Jerry Hey, Gary Grant, Kim Hutchcroft, Dan Higgins, Kirk Whalum, Lance Ellington & Chris Eaton.

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