Alain Whyte - Guitar

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Alain Whyte, born in London, got his start playing live with the legendary Morrissey in 1991.  Since then he has played sold out shows at Madison Square Garden, The Hollywood Bowl, Wembley Arena and toured all over the world.  He has penned over 80 songs to date with Morrissey, including 15 hit singles and his work on the album "Your Arsenal"  received a Grammy nomination.  Whyte's iconic guitar and writing style helped to create the live sound that shaped Morrissey's solo career.  

Now residing in Pasadena, CA Alain Whyte has gone on to become a lead guitarist in the rock supergroup Stadium.  Since his arrival in Southern California, he has written for Madonna, Ennio Morricone, Rihanna, The Black Eyed Peas, Kid Cudi,  Benny Benassi, John Legend, Kelis, Joshua Radin, VV Brown, Maggie Eckford and many more.  He won an ASCAP pop award in 2013 for his work as a songwriter on Chris Brown's hit single "Don't Wake Me Up".  

Alain Whyte has also found much success in writing for television shows that include Shonda Rhimes Grey's Anatomy, Gossip Girl, Chuck, Without A Trace, Sirens, Hart Of Dixie and the main title for the show Cult.