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Ferenzik (aka "John Ferenzik")
|Born||(1955-10-13) 13 October 1955|
|Origin||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
John Ferenzik (born John Michael Ferencsik 13 October 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American musician, keyboardist, guitarist and composer. He has performed most notably with Todd Rundgren (on keyboards, vocals and electric guitar), and also Jefferson Starship (on keyboards, electric guitar, and bass guitar) and Beru Revue (on keyboards and backing vocals).
- Wild Man Of Borneo (album) (label: Rraxxo 1990)
- Devil's Playground (album) aka "ferenzik's Devil's Playground" (label: Rraxxo 1995)
- Wheel Of Nesh (album) (label: Rraxxo 1997)
- Zero Points For Zeus (album) (label: Rraxxo 2000)
- House Of Boris (album) (label: Rraxxo 2004)
With "Todd Rundgren"
- The Individualist (label: Ion Records 1995)
- With A Twist (label: Guardian 1997)
- One Long Year (label: Artemis 2000)
With "The Strapping Fieldhands"
- Discus (label: Omphalos Records 1990)
- Wattle And Daub (label: Shangri-La Records, 1994)
- Gobs On The Midway (label: Siltbreeze Records, 1994)
- Lynne Me Your Ears – A Tribute To The Music Of Jeff Lynne (Compilation) (Label: NotLame 2004) song title: "The Minister"
- The Jam Band Tribute to Frank Zappa (Compilation) (Label: CMH Records 2002) song title: "Cosmik Debris"
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