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Tommy Denander (born March 10, 1968 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish guitarist, songwriter and record producer. He is mostly famous for his role in the AOR project Radioactive.
Denander has worked with artists including Michael Jackson, Paul Stanley, Alice Cooper (including original members Neal Smith, Dennis Dunaway, Michael Bruce, plus Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner), Deep Purple, Anastacia, Ricky Martin, Hollywood Vampires, Rob Thomas, Jeff Beck, Peter Cetera, Richard Marx, Rob Zombie, Vince Gill, Ke$ha, Steve Perry and many more. Producers include Robert "Mutt" Lange, David Foster, Max Martin, Bob Ezrin, Desmond Child, Humberto Gatica, Bob Clearmountain, Denniz Pop, and Chris Lord Alge.
He is the founder of Legends Of Rock, a project that featured rock singers including Bobby Kimball, Jimi Jamison, Joe Lynn Turner, Tony Martin, Graham Bonnet, Mickey Thomas, Fergie Frederiksen, Steve Augeri, and Eric Martin.
His signature VGS guitar features both the Evertune bridge and True Temperament frets.
Together with Bob Ezrin and Tommy Henriksen, he co-produced and co-wrote Alice Cooper's album, Paranormal , that was released on July 28, 2017. Denander played most of the guitars on the album.
Tommy also worked on Alice Cooper's Detroit Stories as co writer, co producer and musician.
Detroit Stories entered the TOP ALBUM SALES chart on Billboard at number 1, it entered number 1 on the German charts as well plus top 5 in many countries globally.
He co-wrote and played on the song "Welcome To Bushwackers", that featured Jeff Beck on lead guitar, plus Denander played on the song "Mr Spider" on the Hollywood Vampires album, Rise .
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The purpose of this discography is to list as many of Tommy's sessions as possible and to try and find all different versions also.
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