Jamie Muhoberac Explained

Jamie Muhoberac is a session keyboardist with numerous credits, including The All-American Rejects, Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones (Bridges to Babylon), Backstreet Boys, Aly & AJ, Bob Dylan, Goo Goo Dolls, Chris Cornell (Carry On), My Chemical Romance, Paradise Lost, Girlfriend, Carmen Rizzo and Pet Shop Boys. He has often worked with producer Trevor Horn, including for Seal, Art of Noise and Rod Stewart (A Spanner in the Works).

In recent years, he has worked with Avenged Sevenfold, Sum 41, Phil Collins, John Mayer, Michelle Branch, missFlag, Jenna Bryson, Paramore, and Bonnie McKee.

His father is session player Larry Muhoberac, who worked with Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond, Dean Martin, and Elvis Presley and others.[1] His brother is Parrish Muhoberac, a prominent musician and producer.

Partial discography

Tubular Bells II (keyboards and special effects), 1992

Seal, 1994; Human Being, 1998; Togetherland, 2001 (keyboards)

Symbol of Life, 2002 (additional keyboards)

Testify, 2002 (keyboards)

Say You Will, 2003

Beneath These Fireworks, 2003

Civilization (keys, vocals), 2004

Move Along (piano on "Move Along", "Can't Take It", "It Ends Tonight"), 2005

Never Gone (keys), 2005

Selections from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 2005 (Keyboards, Piano, Organ)

Fundamental (additional keys, bass), 2006[2]

Underclass Hero (additional keyboard)

Avenged Sevenfold (piano, organ), 2007

Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King, 2009

Only Revolutions, 2009

Battle Studies (keys on "Heartbreak Warfare" and "Edge of Desire"), 2009

(keyboards, sound design), 2010

Notes and References

  1. http://www.moogmusic.com/newsarch.php?cat_id=27
  2. Web site: Potts, Henry. June 2, 2006. Fundamental. Yescography. 2006-09-06.