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Dave Kerzner

Dave Kerzner
Country
United States
Profile
David Nathaniel Kerzner is an American keyboard player who has worked with numerous other artists in addition to releasing his own material.
Website
http://davekerzner.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
Dave Kerzner — Breakdown: A Compilation Dave Kerzner — Breakdown: A Compilation
(RecPlay RCPLCD12, 2019, 2CD)
Sonic Elements — Yesterday and Today - A 50th Anniversary Tribute to Yes Sonic Elements — Yesterday and Today - A 50th Anniversary Tribute to Yes
(The Right Honourable Recording Company Ltd RPLCD06, 2018, DL)
Dave Kerzner — Static Dave Kerzner — Static
((Not on label) no#, 2017, CD)
Dave Kerzner — New World Dave Kerzner — New World
(RecPlay RCPL CD 01, 2014, CD)
Kevin Gilbert — Nuts Kevin Gilbert — Nuts
(The Estate of Kevin Gilbert KMG 006, 1996/2009, CD)
Various Artists — Progfest '94: Variety Arts Center - Los Angeles Various Artists — Progfest '94: Variety Arts Center - Los Angeles
(Musea FGBG 4154.AR, 1995, CD)
Kevin Gilbert — Live at the Troubadour Kevin Gilbert — Live at the Troubadour
(The Estate of Kevin Gilbert KMG 002, 1994/1999, CD)

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