Industry (Stranger to stranger, 1984; Jon Carin- Synthesizer, Keyboards, Vocals; Mercury Caronia - Synthesizer, Percussion, Drums; Rudy Perrone - Bass, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Vocals; Brian Unger - Guitar, Vocals. And again on the album Industry '08),
Corey Hart ('84),
Brian Ferry ('85, also live during Band Aid; there he met David Gilmour and; Bryan Ferry (vocals), Neil Hubbard (guitar), David Gilmour (guitar), Chester Kamen (guitar), Marcus Miller (bass), Jon Carin (keyboards), Jimmy Maelen (percussion), Andy Newmark (drums), Michelle Cobbs (backing vocals), Ednah Holt (backing vocals) & Fonzi Thornton (backing vocals) ),
Corey Hart ('86),
The Psychedelic Furs; Midnight to Midnight (1987 & '88)- Keyboards,
Myles Goodwyn (Myles Goodwyn, 1988, with Andy Newmark),
Pink Floyd (from AMoR ('87) till ... Pulse '('95), co-writer of Learning to Fly, and of course live very impressive and at Live8 2005),
Escape Club (Wild wild west, 1988)
Dream Academy ('90),
Fields of the Nephilim Elizium (1990),
Amnesty International 30th Anniversary Concert dec '91). David Gilmour was the musical director, and he got some of his friends and colleagues for the band. They backed Tom Jones and Spinal Tap.
Chelsea Arts Ball ('92), with a stellar lineup, very close to Pink Floyd lineup: David Gilmour (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar, vocals), Guy Pratt (bass), Jon Carin (keyboards, vocals), Jody Linscott (percussion), Gary Wallis (drums), Sam Brown (vocals) & guest apperances from Rick Wright & Nick Mason.
Marta Sanchez (Supernova soundtrack, 1992) (A Spanish artist! Jon co-produced a song from that movie, 'Everlasting')
Love Spit Love (Trysome eatone, 1997)Martha Wainwright,
Live (Secret Samadhi '97),
The Who (The Who live '94, Quadrofenia live '96-'97, David Gilmour did play a few gigs with them and;
Pete Townshend live (only with Jon on keys).
Later on ('97) with a band (and again '98 with a similar line up);
Soul Asylum; Candy from a Stranger (1998) Organ, Piano, Harmonium, Mellophonium, Lap Steel Guitar, Wurlitzer,
The Gipsy Kings Compas (1997) Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Multi Instruments,
Scott Folsom (Simple talk, with Ian Hunter),
Honky Toast; Whatcha Gonna Do Honky? ('99),
Kashmir ('99, a group of Denmark album called The good Life),
Roger Waters live in '99 - '00; In the Flesh, he missed the European tour because he wanted to spent time with his pregnant wife (nice guy isn't ?), Roger Waters 2006 (& 2010),
Pete Townshend (Live '99 & Lifehouse Elements '00)
Jean-Michel Jarre (from the night of 1999 to 2000 and agian life in NYC '04).Nick Laird-Clowes ('04 / Trashmonk & Dream Academy),
Again with Roger Waters 2006.
Scott Folsom (Simple Talk, with Aimee Man '08).Taylor Barton ('09).
Agian with Roger Waters The Wall Live 2010.
He has been involved with film projects with David Gilmour, composed and produced the title track for the movie Rat Race, and contributed to The Invisible Circus starring Cameron Diaz. He has been involved with projects for Amnesty International, Greenpeace, Knebworth ( Nordoff Robbins ), fundraising events playing with Seal, Elvis Costello, The Chieftans, Sinead O'Conner, Lou Reed, Hugh Cornwall, Spinal Tap, Daryl Hall and others.
Jon is currently producing and writing an album with Richard
Butler ( singer of The Psychedelic Furs ). He is playing all of the
instruments and engineering. He is also part of the on going work
of Roger Waters’ new album as well as developing new projects
with Ric Chertoff and also with Perry Geyer of Cybersound.
He can be reached at www.joncarin.com.