Milton McDonald

Milton uses the Tanglewood MasterDesign TSM 2

Mike “Milton” McDonald (“Milton” because he came from Milton Keynes) was a member of The Boomerang Gang, who appeared on the London scene in 1984.

McDonald left the band in late 1986. He was the second guitarist to Yes off-shoot Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, both on their studio album and on tour. He has subsequently continued with a life of session work, often working with UK pop producers Absolute.

McDonald toured with British pop act Take That between 1993 until their split in 1996, then played for a variety of British, European and Japanese artists before rejoining Take That for their sell-out Ultimate Tour in 2006. In 2009 he appeared on Ray Davies’ album The Kinks Choral Collection and featured in the house band for Children In Need Rocks the Royal Albert Hall, playing guitar for Shirley Bassey, Dizzee Rascal, Annie Lennox, Paolo Nutini, Take That, Leona Lewis and Robbie Williams.

Milton McDonald replaced Rob Harris, guitarist for Jamiroquai, for a concert in Almaty, Kazakhstan, September 15, 2012.

Milton played guitar for the finale of the Radio 2 “Festival in a day” concert alongside Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Richard Tandy, Mike Stevens and the BBC Concert Orchestra on Sunday 14th September 2014.

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