|Birth name Leah Rose Schwartz|
Instruments Bass guitar, vocals
Parents Don Randi
|Years active 1995-present|
Genres Alternative rock
Name Leah Randi
|Born September 11, 1970 (age 50) Los Angeles, California (1970-09-11) |
Occupation(s) Musician (bassist, singer)
Associated acts Tommy Walter, Pink, Delerium
Similar People Rhys Fulber, Don Randi, Bill Leeb, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Penfold Plum
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Born Leah Rose Randi on September 11, 1970 in Los Angeles, she is the daughter of musician Don Randi and Norma Waterman. Her father was a member of the "Wrecking Crew," a group of top Los Angeles session musicians in the 1960s best known for their work on Phil Spector productions and The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds album.
Randi has performed on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show as part of Pink's band, playing bass on songs such as "God Is a DJ". She can also be seen in music videos "The Remedy" and "Monster" by Abandoned Pools, and "Last To Know" and "Try This Live" by Pink. Her vocal work on Front Line Assembly's 2004 album Civilization has been singled out for praise.
In May 2010, she joined fellow musicians Slash, Ace Frehley and Charlotte Caffey and Kathy Valentine of The Go-Go's, among other artists, for a performance benefiting the MusiCares Musicians Assistance Program.