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Patrice Meyer was born on 18 December, 1957 in Strasbourg, France, is a French electric guitarist. At 63 years old, Patrice Meyer height not available right now. We will update Patrice Meyer's height soon as possible.

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Patrice Meyer Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 18 December 1957
Birthday 18 December
Birthplace Strasbourg, France
Nationality France

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Patrice Meyer worth at the age of 65 years old? Patrice Meyer’s income source is mostly from being a successful Guitarist. He is from France. We have estimated Patrice Meyer's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Patrice Meyer was born in Strasbourg in the Alsace region of France. He began teaching himself guitar at an early age (10), sneaking into his older brother’s room to handle his guitar. Being self-taught, he didn’t know anything about proper guitar technique, or how to use a plectrum, so he developed a unique polyphonic style of fingerpicking using all five fingernails of his right hand. At 16 he joined his older brother’s band, playing mostly Progressive rock. In 1977 he turned professional, opening as a solo act for Magma and Gong when they played Strasbourg. Moving to Paris that year he met John McLaughlin, helping him with his French while John helped him with his English. Meyer continued playing opening gigs for famous jazz musicians coming through Paris, including jazz guitarist Jim Hall — who in 1981 said of Meyer in a magazine interview with Martine Palmé, "He's got such an amazing right hand technique that it almost gave me stagefright." In 1983 Meyer met Australian fusion guitarist Frank Gambale at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, sharing the stage in a widely publicized ‘guitar duel.’


In 1989 Hugh Hopper recruited him for his Franglo-Dutch band, which featured saxophonist Frank van der Kooij. They released three albums and toured Europe before breaking up in 1995. He toured with Richard Sinclair’s RSVP in 1994, and the following year with Pip’s Equip’Out. He also formed the trio Tertio with organist Emmanuel Bex and Pip Pyle. With the Paris-based ensemble Polysons he performed a series of concerts in 1997 devoted to the music of The Beatles and Soft Machine. In 2002 he joined Pip’s new band Bash, performing at the Progman Cometh Festival in Seattle and releasing the album Belle Illusion. The following year he became a member of the Didier Malherbe Trio and started his own trio with Rémy Chaudagne and Jean-Baptiste Cortot. In 2006 he performed in a tribute to the late Elton Dean with Pierre-Olivier Govin, Michel Delville, Hugh Hopper, Didier Malherbe, Frank van Kooj, Sophia Domancich, and Charles Calamel. In June 2008 he appeared at the Tritonales Festival with John Etheridge.


In 1985 (age 27) Meyer met drummer Pip Pyle in Lillers when he opened for Soft Heap. Pip introduced him to Hugh Hopper of the Canterbury scene, of which Meyer was soon to become an honorary member. In ’86 Meyer hired Pip & Hugh for the Patrice Meyer Quartet (with Patrick Morgenthaler), and together they toured the continent extensively, and released Meyer’s second solo album, Dromadaire Viennois. Also during this time he was a member of the French Zeuhl band Anaid.


Patrice Meyer (b. 18 December 1957) is a French electric guitarist active in Jazz, Jazz rock, Progressive rock and Canterbury scene bands.