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Who is Parrish Muhoberac?
Parrish Muhoberac is an American/Australian producer, guitarist, singer, bassist, drummer, pianist, violinist, violist, cellist, bass player, percussionist and audio engineer who has worked with a number of performers, including Paul Young, Jimmy Barnes, Keith Urban, Jeff Duff, Cantonese singer Faye Wong and Italian opera singer Giovanni Cantoni.
Parrish Muhoberac's parents, pianist and orchestrator Larry Muhoberac, who played for Elvis Presley and many others, and singer Andra Willis who, from 1967 to 1969, was a member of bandleader Lawrence Welk's long-running television "musical family", moved to Australia in late 1980s, and young Parrish, along with his brother, Jamie, grew up on the island continent.
As he reached late teens, Parrish Muhoberac co-formed the band Mizair with Australian songwriter/producer Garry Frost who, in late 1970s, was guitarist/keyboardist for the band Moving Pictures. By December 2007, Muhoberac joined the Australian band Matt Finish as a guitarist and vocalist, with the group completing a new album at Prior's Unity Gain Studios in the Sydney suburb of Erskineville, shortly thereafter, on Christmas Eve.
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