Roger O'Donnell (born October 29) is an English keyboard/piano player best known for his work with The Cure, Psychedelic Furs and The Thompson Twins. In 2005 however he embarked on a new career in electronic music and this is the area in which he is most acknowledged today. After writing a song for the documentary film Moog about Bob Moog the godfather of the modern sytnhesizer he went on to record a full length album recorded entirely on that one instrument, the Moog Voyager.
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Roger O'Donnell (born 29 October 1955, in East London) is an English keyboardist best known for his work with The Cure. O'Donnell has also performed in the Psychedelic Furs, the Thompson Twins and Berlin, as well as an active solo career.