Mr. Big

Mr. Big

Mr. Big

Mr. Big is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1988. The band's lineup originally consisted of Eric Martin (vocals), Paul Gilbert (guitar), Billy Sheehan (bass), and Pat Torpey (drums). They gained commercial success in the early 1990s with their self-titled debut album, which featured the hit singles "To Be with You" and "Just Take My Heart." Mr. Big's music is characterized by its melodic hard rock sound, combining elements of pop, heavy metal, and blues. Their songs often feature intricate guitar solos, powerful vocals, and catchy hooks, earning them a dedicated fanbase around the world. Throughout the 1990s, Mr. Big released several successful albums, including "Lean into It" (1991), "Bump Ahead" (1993), and "Hey Man" (1996). They toured extensively and achieved mainstream popularity, particularly in Japan and other parts of Asia. In addition to their original compositions, Mr. Big is known for their cover of the song "Wild World" by Cat Stevens, which became a major hit for the band. They also collaborated with other musicians and bands, including Richie Kotzen, who replaced Paul Gilbert as the guitarist for a period in the late 1990s. Despite lineup changes and a hiatus in the early 2000s, Mr. Big reunited in 2009 and continued to release albums and tour. Tragically, Pat Torpey passed away in 2018 after battling Parkinson's disease, but the band has continued to honor his memory and legacy. Mr. Big's music continues to resonate with fans old and new, and they remain active in the rock music scene, releasing new music and performing live concerts. With their blend of musical talent and catchy melodies, Mr. Big has left an indelible mark on the rock genre and continues to be celebrated by fans around the world.
Upcoming Events
Mr. Big - The Big Finish - Lean Into It Live
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Live Jam
Fri, 12 Jul, 09:00 PM
Introducing "The Big Finish - Lean Into It Live" by Mr. Big: A Must-Have for Fans - Available and in…