Chris Ross

Aside from his drum and percussion work with the Jenerators, Chris has performed live with such diverse artists as Sam Moore, Kenny Loggins, Mick Taylor and Three Dog Night.

Chris worked on the the Be Five album Trying to Forget (featuring vocals by cast members of TV's Babylon Five) and the pilot for Wes Craven's proposed Chameleon Blue series.

You can hear his work on soundtrack albums for such films as Punchline and Slumber Party II. He's worked on solo albums with Eric Bazilian (formerly of the Hooters), and his work on jingles includes radio spots for Bud and Coors Lite, as well as Kim Carnes' Coca Cola TV ad.

Chris has appeared in two music videos for John Waite (Hard Times for Lovers and Donít lose Any Sleep) and with Kenny Loggins on televised performances of Danger Zone, Playing with the Boys and Meet Me Halfway.


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