The Defibrillators rock & Roll band - Gary Latraille
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The Defibrillators

Gary LaTraille - Bass Guitar, back up Vocals

 
The Defibrillators Gary LaTraille. Bass guitar, back up vocals
Gary's musical beginnings were in a band called "Molten Amp" back in the 1970s', playing lead guitar. The band played mainly their own material  and were together for 2 years. For the next thirty or so years Gary only picked up the guitar every 6 months or so, concentrating on his career. After becoming friends with Kirk, Gary's enthusiasm for music was re-ignited. They often got together to work through a few songs and eventually formed The Defibrillators.
Gary started on guitar, sharing lead and rhythm with Kirk until taking over bass guitar when the bass player left.
Gary's influences are very wide and varied from prog rock to glam rock. Since switching to bass he cites Sir Paul McCartney as his main inspiration.
 




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