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I started playing guitar in the early 60's and was influenced by a number of great guitarists. I was able to see them play in their own bands, along with other famous artists as well. Only to mention a few... Jimi Hendrix, Harvey Mandel, George Benson (I saw each, Jimi, Harvey and George Benson several times) Eric Clapton/Cream, Carlos Santana, The Allman Brothers and the list goes on. Albert King, Freddy King and Mike Bloomfield, especially influenced me in the area of the blues. In talking with Harvey Mandel on occasion, I remember how giving of his time and how personable he was toward me. I once jammed with Boz Scaggs and Buddy Miles was there as well. What an experience—more to be said.

I put together many bands in the 60's and 70's which were quite successful in producing a nice sound. We played in a lot of places in the S.F. Bay Area and as far North as Nevada. To make a long story short... it wasn’t until the Lord got His hands on me, that I became a part of/and eventually ended up overseeing a church band in the 80's - 1991. Since then, I've had the pleasure of leading worship in a few other churches as well. It’s nice to see the different directions in which God takes me in my music. I’ve always enjoyed whatever arena He’s allowed me to be in.

Currently, I am working on producing a compilation of different styles of music which will touch the lives of those who are in need of being ministered to in certain areas of their lives. We all have our challenges and music is able to reach those-sometimes neglected areas that may slip through the cracks.

RICH EBINGER - SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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