Grammy-Winning Pianist/Arranger To Cover GUNS N' ROSES, DEF LEPPARD, MÖTLEY CRÜE

Versailles Records has announced that Grammy-winning pianist/arranger Randy Cantor will contribute piano tracks to forthcoming tribute albums to GUNS N' ROSES ("Don't Cry"), DEF LEPPARD ("Love Bites"), SAMMY HAGAR ("Dreams"), and MÖTLEY CRÜE ("Afraid"). Cantor's resume includes multiple Grammy nominations, and two awards. Additionally, he has collaborated with such artists as the FUGEES, JAMES TAYLOR, RICKY MARTIN (including arranging and playing keys on "Living La Vida Loca", for which he recieved a "Best Arranger" Grammy nomination), STING, BON JOVI, JOAN JETT, LITA FORD, BON JOVI, and more recently TIM MCGRAW, BO BICE, CARRIE UNDERWOOD, THE RASCAL FLATTS, SCOTT STORCH, and SHAGGY, among others. Additionally, Cantor worked as an in-house arranger, producer, and engineer alongside legendary rock songwriter Desmond Child between 1998 and 2002.

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