World-renowned guitar legend John McLaughlin is a virtuosic master of fusion who is an unavoidable influence on many of the top jazz and fusion guitarists of the past 30 years. He joined the pioneering fusion band The Tony Williams Lifetime and played on Emergency! and Turn It Over. He was then invited to join Miles Davis' band, and with them he played on many recordings, including the acclaimed trio of albums In a Silent Way, Bitches Brew (in which he had a song named after him) and A Tribute to Jack Johnson. With his involvement in these two groups, McLaughlin grew his reputation as one of the foremost fusion music pioneers.
Always evolving, always exciting, John McLaughlin never rests. He makes his much-anticipated visit to Singapore with his current band The 4th Dimension, consisting of musicians Gary Husband (keyboards and drums), Etienne M'Bappe (bass) and Ranjit Barot (drums).