Loren Gold

“The Triton Extreme was always my go-to synth when I wanted a little bit of everything. Almost every type of sound I ever needed was found in the Extreme. The Kronos covers me in the same way, and then some. Combined with the wonderful new piano libraries, the Kronos is a powerful weapon and solid workstation. The ability to add additional sounds from the Kronos sound library is a nice bonus and provides an endless supply of sounds.” – Loren Gold (Keyboardist for The Who)

Bio: Loren Gold is a Los Angeles-based keyboard player, vocalist and songwriter. Raised in Palo Alto, California, he has toured extensively with various rock, pop, and soul artists.

Loren has been the keyboardist and vocalist for Roger Daltrey since 2009, and in 2012 became the keyboardist for The Who.


Loren Gold – The Who

Loren Plays: Sk-2

Loren Gold is a Los Angeles-based keyboardist, vocalist and songwriter who has worked extensively with various pop, rock, and soul acts. Classically trained from age seven, Gold went on to study ragtime, blues, rock, gospel, and R&B. After many years writing, recording and performing in original bands, he started touring with various artists.

In 2009, Gold began touring with Roger Daltrey, and in 2012 became the keyboardist and vocalist for The Who. Loren has also worked with Kenny Loggins, Natalie Maines (Dixie Chicks), and Don Felder (Eagles), among others. Gold has served as Musical Director for younger artists, such as Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, and American Idol winner Taylor Hicks. In addition to touring and session work, Loren composes original music for feature films, television, and has released two instructional books through Alfred Music Publishing.