Luis Miguel's band

Jeff Nathanson

A saxophone player with a very unique and personal style.
A simple and fresh sound with harmonic richness and beautiful sonority.

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Victor Loyo

Victor Loyo has been playing drums for the last twenty years. Since 1993, he has been recording and touring with No. 1 Latin singer Luis Miguel. One of Victor's first gigs was playing at the Tomorrowland Terrace at Disneyland, in Anaheim, CA. He performed there from 1983 through 1991. During this time, he freelanced in the Los Angeles and Orange county areas. Since 1992, he has done various "jingle work" for numerous TV ads in Mexico City, such as Coca-Cola and McDonald's.

In 1999, Victor recorded Luis Miguel's album, "Amarte es un Placer" which includes a track he co-wrote, entitled "Dimelo en un Beso". The album won three Grammy and Billboard awards.

Robbie Buchanan

Robbie Buchanan grew up in Vancouver, Canada, and started playing the piano when he was only five 5. He was soon playing in a solid working band (Soul Unlimited) and working most weekends, doing R&B dance halls and school grads. Then Robbie began to study jazz with Lloyd Abrams, a great teaching giant, and lasted another 3 years in Vancouver, playing in a lot of clubs and bands, doing all kinds of music.

Eventually, Carl Graves with whom he had played for many years in Vancouver bands (with Brian Newcombe and Peter Padden), that had moved to LA to sing with Skylark (David Foster’s band), called him to come to LA to write with him. In 1978, he auditioned for a movie called “The Rose” and got the part of the keyboard player in the band.

Getting to work with Bette Midler and doing the movie itself was an awsome experience for him. In 1980, he formed the Maxus band with Jay Gruska, Mark Leonard, Doane Perry and finally, after several different guitar players, Mike Landau. From there on, he's been very active as a session player, playing on records by many, many artists.

Grant Geissman

Guitarist/composer Grant Geissman is a much in-demand studio musician who has recorded with such artists as Quincy Jones, David Benoit, Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello, Chuck Mangione, Paula Abdul, Ringo Starr, John Tesh, Keiko Matsui, Van Dyke Parks, Brian Wilson, Placido Domingo, Luis Miguel, and Julio Iglesias.

He has also played on the scores for such TV shows as Monk, Dawson's Creek, Touched by an Angel, Boy Meets World, and Family Affair, as well as on movies like The Cable Guy, My Dog Skip, Tomb Raider II, Private Parts, Star Trek: Resurrection, The Majestic, and Anaconda.
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