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Blaine L. Reininger

Blaine L. Reininger

Blaine L. Reininger


Blaine L. Reininger is an American composer and performer born in 1953 in Pueblo, Colorado. Having studied violin from age 9, guitar from age 11, and music theory and composition through high school and into college, he left Colorado in 1976 for San Francisco. There, in 1977, as a consequence of his studies in electronic music at San Francisco City College, he started the legendary American cult band Tuxedomoon together with classmate Steven Brown. Read more on Last.fm
Blaine L. Reininger is an American composer and performer born in 1953 in Pueblo, Colorado. Having studied violin from age 9, guitar from age 11, and music theory and composition through high school and into college, he left Colorado in 1976 for San Francisco. There, in 1977, as a consequence of his studies in electronic music at San Francisco City College, he started the legendary American cult band Tuxedomoon together with classmate Steven Brown. In 1981, Reininger and the group left America to practice their art in Europe.

Over the course of the next 26 years, many artistic collaborations took place and many albums were recorded. These collaborations, while mostly musical in nature, often moved into other fields such as dance, theatre, and film. Since 2000, Tuxedomoon has been re-united and tours the known universe about once a year. Reininger continues to live and work in Europe, having lived in Athens, Greece since 1998. Blaine's two offical sites: mundoblaineo.com Myspace Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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