South African-born Trevor Rabin has enjoyed a highly respected forty year music career as a songwriter, guitarist, producer, composer, and artist.
Rabin spent the early and mid 1970s in his homeland amassing a celebrated body of work as a solo artist before moving to the UK and ultimately Los Angeles. It was there that he joined the legendary prog-rock band Yes in time to create the classic 90125 album featuring the #1 pop hit “Owner of a Lonely Heart”.
After an impressive ten-year and four-album run with the band, Rabin began what would become an award-winning and prolific career as a film composer. To date, Rabin has scored over forty films, including The Guardian, Gone In 60 Seconds, Remember The Titans, Armageddon, and Rock Star.