Cynic Guru

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Cynic Guru is a progressive rock band fronted by classically trained violinist Roland Hartwell.

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Band history

Cynic Guru has had quite a history. Over the years there have been many incarnations of the band.

Early Years: 1991-1996

Cynic Guru started in Los Angeles as 3-piece known as "Where Is My Hair". This featured Roland Hartwell (guitar, vocals), Stefan Örn (bass), and Steef Van Oosterhout (drums).

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In 1993, another phase of the band, SkotLaPop, was born. This incarnation of the band had Roland Hartwell (guitar, vocals, violin) and new members Marc Thomas (lead guitar), Chris Sampson (vocals, guitars), and Matt Matson (drums).

In 1996, the SkotLaPop became "Cynic Guru". Chris Sampson left the band and was replaced by Mike Constantini (guitars, vocals) and Vince Varquez (bass).

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Mid-life: 1996-2000

Hartwell, a classically trained violin player, got offered a job touring with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra on the East Coast of the US sometime in the late 1990s. They liked him so much, that they eventually offered him a full-time position within the group. After enough commuting back and forth from Iceland, Hartwell decided to accept the offer, leaving Cynic Guru with him.

Iceland: 2001–present

It wasn't until long that Roland Hartwell decided re-form Cynic Guru in Reykjavik, Iceland. He did this...
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