Fraser T Smith’s journey from Rick Wakeman’s ‘90s guitarist to the man shaping the sound of Britain’s most vibrant genre in decades is one that very few people could have predicted.
A versatile and highly skilled musician, Smith was primed for a career as a prog rock virtuoso. However, not one for standing still, he bowed out of the rock arena to dip his toe in the burgeoning urban movement of the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, playing guitar with ...
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