Mr. Big (band)

Mr Big is also the name of a 70s UK band, see Mr Big (UK Band)

Mr. Big was a US pop/rock band. They were founded in late 1987 by Billy Sheehan and are probably best known for their 1991 acoustic hit To Be With You. The band broke up in 2002 after selling millions of records world-wide.

Members

Eric Martin (vocals)
Pat Torpey (drums)
Billy Sheehan (bass)
Paul Gilbert (guitar 1987-1997)
Richie Kotzen (guitar 1997-2002)

Gilbert left in 1997 and Kotzen joined, giving the band more of a blues sound. He remained with the band until their break-up in 2002. All of the former members with the exception of Pat are still active in the music industry.

Discography

  • Mr. Big (1989)
  • Raw Like Sushi (1990)
  • Lean Into It (1991)
  • Raw Like Sushi II (1992)
  • Bump Ahead (1993)
  • Japandemonium: Raw Like Sushi 3 (1994)
  • Channel V At The Hard Rock Live (1996)
  • Hey Man (1996)
  • Big Bigger Biggest: Greatest Hits (1996)
  • Take Cover (1996)
  • Not One Night (1997)
  • Live At Budokan (1997)
  • Get Over It (2000)
  • Superfantastic (2000)
  • Static (2000)
  • Deep Cuts (2000)
  • Actual Size (2001)
  • In Japan (2002)

Related links

  • Official Mr. Big site (http://www.mrbigsite.com/)
  • Official Paul Gilbert site (http://www.paulgilbert.com/)
  • Official Billy Sheehan site (http://www.billysheehan.com/)
  • Official Eric Martin site (http://www.ericmartin.com/)
  • Official Richie Kotzen site (http://www.richiekotzen.com/)
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Official Paul Gilbert site (http://www.paulgilbert.com/). "Return". Big site (http://www.mrbigsite.com/). "Shortly Before the End". Official Mr. "1000 Miles Per Hour". In Japan (2002). "What To Do".

Actual Size (2001). "You're So Damn Hot". Deep Cuts (2000). "Don't Ask Me". Static (2000). "Get Over It". Superfantastic (2000). Andy Duncan - keyboards and guitar.

Get Over It (2000). Dan Konopka - drums. Live At Budokan (1997). Tim Nordwind - bass. Not One Night (1997). Damian Kulash - vocals and guitar. Take Cover (1996).

Big Bigger Biggest: Greatest Hits (1996). Hey Man (1996). Channel V At The Hard Rock Live (1996). Japandemonium: Raw Like Sushi 3 (1994).

Bump Ahead (1993). Raw Like Sushi II (1992). Lean Into It (1991). Raw Like Sushi (1990).

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