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Warren Bennett (musician)

Warren Bennett
Mark Griffiths
Backstage before the concert Esbjerg/Stadionhal in Denmark
22 April 2005
Background information
Born (1962-07-04) July 4, 1962 (ageĀ 52)
Origin Hertfordshire
Instruments Guitar
Keyboard
Years active 1980s to present
Associated acts Glass Ties, The Vibratos, The Shadows
Website myspace.com/warrenbennett

Warren Bennett (born 4 July 1962) is an English composer and performer. He was educated at Mill Hill School and is the son of Brian Bennett, The Shadows drummer. He has played keyboards on tour with The Shadows from 2004 until the present day with and without one time front man Cliff Richard.

His television soundtrack credits include New Tricks, The Ambassador, Wuthering Heights, Can't Buy Me Love, London's Burning, The Knock, Staying Alive, Dirty Work, Holby City, Birds of a Feather and Close to Home (UK TV series).

His film credits include Chaos and Cadavers and The American Way.[1]

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External links

  • Myspace
  • Biography
  • Internet Movie Database
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