Jon Carin Biography
Jonathan Carin, better known as Jon Carin, is an American musician, producer, and composer. He was born on October 21, 1964 in New York City, New York. Carin is best known for his work as a keyboardist and guitarist for the rock band Pink Floyd.
Carin started playing music at a young age and was influenced by a range of artists, including The Beatles, The Who, and Led Zeppelin. He studied music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and later moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in the music industry.
In 1986, Carin joined Pink Floyd as a touring member, playing keyboard and guitar on the “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” tour. He continued to tour with the band for several years and became an integral part of the live performances, contributing his musical skills and producing new arrangements of classic Pink Floyd tracks.
Carin has also worked with a number of other musicians and bands, including Roger Waters, Bryan Ferry, and The Who. He has produced several albums and has been involved in the production of various films, TV shows, and theater productions.
In addition to his work with Pink Floyd, Carin has released several solo albums and has collaborated with other musicians on various projects. He is also a sought-after session musician and has recorded and performed with a wide range of artists, including Bob Dylan, Elton John, and Elvis Costello.
Carin is widely regarded as one of the most talented and versatile musicians of his generation. He continues to tour and perform with Pink Floyd and other artists, and is widely recognised for his musical skills and contributions to the world of rock music.