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John "Rabbit" Bundrick
United States

Years: 1971 - present
Styles: Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock


John "Rabbit" Bundrick - Bass Guitar, Electric piano, Guitar, Keyboards, Moog synthesizer, Vocals


Terry Wilson - Bass Guitar
Tony Braunagel - Drums
Tetsu Yamauchi - Bass Guitar
Dave Keeley - Guitar
WG "Snuffy" Walden - Guitar
Ola Brunkert - Drums
Janne Schaffer - Guitar

Biography Picture  John Douglas "Rabbit" Bundrick  is an American rock keyboardist, pianist and organist. He is best known for his work with The Who and associations with others including Eric BurdonBob Marley and the WailersRoger  WatersFree  and Crawler.

   Bundrick toured and recorded with Texan vocalist Johnny Nash. He met Bob Marley while in Sweden, while working on the soundtrack to the Swedish film "Vill så gärna tro". Marley, Bundrick, and Johnny Nash became roommates there during the stay. Sometime after their return to London, Bundrick was brought in to collaborate on arrangements for Marley's "Catch a Fire" album, adding keyboards to the original Jamaican recordings to make the record more accessible to listeners.

  In 1971, Bundrick recorded and wrote five tracks for the album "Kossoff, Kirke, Tetsu and Rabbit" with guitarist Paul Kossoff, drummer Simon Kirke and bassist Tetsu Yamauchi.

    In 1972 the members of Free reformed joined by Bundrick on keyboards. They recorded Free's final album "Heartbreaker", which included "Muddy Water" and "Common Mortal Man" by Bundrick, who was also credited for collaborations on two other tracks.

    Bundrick first worked with Pete Townshend in 1977 when he performed on Rough Mix, Townshend's solo collaboration with Ronnie Lane, former bass player for Small Faces and Faces. He was invited to play on the Who's album "Who Are You" (1978), but broke his arm falling out of a taxi at the studio door and was unable to participate in recording sessions.


Broken Arrows (1973)
Dark Saloon (1974)

Singles & EPs

Broken Arrows / Blues My Guitar (Apr 6, 1973)

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