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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Graham_LearGraham Lear - Wikipedia

    Graham Lear (born July 24, 1949) is an English-born Canadian rock drummer, best known for his time with Gino Vannelli, Santana and REO Speedwagon. He was born in Plymouth, United Kingdom. Background. In 1952 his family moved to London, Ontario, Canada. He began his professional career at the age of 13 with the London (Ontario) Symphony Orchestra.

  2. appellation and fall into the domain of something called “artist”. That, Graham is.”. - Gino Vannelli. Graham Lear is a Canadian drummer.

  3. 27. Mai 2022 · Shaping Your Journey with special guest: Graham Lear - YouTube. Aldo Mazza. 573 subscribers. Subscribed. 96. 3.2K views 1 year ago. In this episode of Shaping Your Journey, Graham Lear...

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  4. Graham Lear | Drummer. BIOGRAPHY. Originally from Plymouth, England, Graham began drumming at age eight, auditioning for the Police Boys Concert Band of London, Canada. An early student of Police Band alumnus Don Johnson and Robert Comber, he also cites Canadian jazz great Terry Clarke and Mandela drummer Penti Glan as musical influences.

  5. 23. Juni 2021 · Learn about Graham Lear, an English-born Canadian rock drummer who played with Gino Vannelli, Santana and REO Speedwagon. Visit his portal page on MD Drummer for exclusive content, videos, podcasts and more.

  6. www.headhunterssticksandcreations.com › team-details › graham-learGraham Lear ‹ HeadHunters Drumsticks

    Graham Lear is a Canadian-born drummer who has performed and recorded with Santana, Gino Vannelli, REO Speedwagon and many others. He is a recipient of the FCLMA Lifetime Achievement Award and a clinician and endorser of various musical products.

  7. 2. Juni 2010 · 9. 4.8K views 13 years ago. Drummer extraordinaire Graham Lear reprises his role with Santana (1976-1987) in performing Oye Como Va with the 905 Band in Burlington, Canada on March 27, 2010....

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