THE BERNIE SMITH HISTORY:

Bernie Smith is a British keyboard player.

The record-breaking Take That Progress tour is in full swing, with the fab five (yes five – Robbie’s back for good) packing out stadiums across the UK and Europe, playing to more than 1.7 million people over 36 dates. Apart from putting on one of the finest shows in history, the boys also share the stage with some of the most exciting Roland equipment available.

Bernie Smith, Take That’s synth man, plays the Roland Jupiter-80 and the Fantom-G8 workstation. While the Fantom-G8 enables him to accurately recreate the Take That setlist in amazing quality, pride of place has to go to the Jupiter-80. This new synth is a reinvention of Roland’s iconic Jupiter-8 and is destined to be seen on all the big tours thanks to its ability to fill entire stadiums with electrifying sounds not possible on any other synth.

Bernie playd with Children in Need Rocks 2013, when Jeff Lynne's ELO played among other artists.
Mike Stevens
Milton McDonald
Donavan Hepburn
Bernie Smith - keys1
Marcus Byrne
Matt Round - bass
Mick Wilson
Mel Lewis - backing vocals
Sharleen Linton
Lincoln Jean-Marie
Chereene Allen

Bernie played again with Jeff Lynne's ELO at the Live in Hyde Park 14 sep. 2014.
Jeff Lynne
Richard Tandy
Lee Pomeroy
Donavan Hepburn
Mick Wilson
Chereene Allen
Danny Marsden
Milton McDonald
Mike Stevens
Bernie Smith - Keyboards/Backing vocals
Marcus Byrne
Iain Hornal
Melanie Lewis-McDonald
The BBC Concert Orchestra

Bernie was behind the keyboards on the Jeff Lynne's ELO "Alone in the universe" tour 2016.