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Bradley "Brad" Buxer is an American keyboardist and composer, known for his many collaborations with American recording artist Michael Jackson[1] In addition to recording with Jackson, Buxer was also musical director for Jackson's tours for many years. Prior to that, he was a session musician for artists such as Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson and a member of the new wave band The Jetzons. In the 2000s, he reunited with former Jetzons bandmate Bruce Connole in The Suicide Kings.

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Involvement with Sonic the Hedgehog 3

Buxer contributed to the soundtrack for the 1994 Sega Genesis video game Sonic the Hedgehog 3. At least two of the tracks featured in the game were instrumental versions of tracks recorded by Buxer and Jackson, including the later Jackson single "Stranger in Moscow", used over the ending credits, and the then-unreleased 1981 Jetzons song Hard Times, used as background music for the stage IceCap Zone. Additionally, the background music for the game's Carnival Night Zone stage incorporated elements of Jackson's 1991 song "Jam".

"I've never played the game so I do not know what tracks on which Michael and I have worked the developers have kept, but we did compose music for the game. Michael called me at the time for help on this project, and that's what I did. And if he is not credited for composing the music, it's because he was not happy with the sound coming out of the console. At the time, game consoles did not allow an optimal sound reproduction, and Michael found it frustrating. He did not want to be associated with a product that devalued his music."

— Brad Buxer, [1]


Year Project Artist Role
1982 Made in United States The Jetzons Synthesizer, co-songwriter
1984 Bouncin' off the Walls Matthew Wilder Synthesizer
1985 In Square Circle Stevie Wonder Synthesizer programming
1986 To Be Continued The Temptations Keyboards, synthesizer
Dreaming Amanda McBroom Group member, synthesizer
1987 Unfinished Business Steve Goodman Drum programming, drums, synthesizer
One Heartbeat Smokey Robinson Drum programming, programming, rhythm arrangements, synthesizer programming
Kane Roberts Kane Roberts Synthesizer
1988 Reflections George Howard Keyboards
Personal George Howard Engineer
Come Play with Me Grady Harrell Programming
1990 Shut Up and Dance: Dance Mixes Paula Abdul Keyboards
Ivory Teena Marie Keyboards, programming
1991 The Earth Is... Air Supply Keyboards, programming, strings
Romance Me Grady Harrell Engineer
Mixed Emotions David Peaston Engineer, programming
1994 Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Michael Jackson
Cirocco Jones
Composer, arranger[2]
2008 The Complete Jetzons The Jetzons Synthesizer, co-songwriter
2013 The Lost Masters The Jetzons Synthesizer, co-songwriter


Year Work Role
2002 Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration Himself; Music
2005 Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour Himself; Actor and song performer[3]
2007 World Music Awards 2006 Himself; Segment director


  1. ^ a b "Michael Jackson's Involvement In 'Sonic The Hedgehog 3' Confirmed". Archived from the original on 2014-10-26. Retrieved 2013-12-01.
  2. ^ Jones, Cirocco. "Cirocco Jones discography". Retrieved 5 May 2014.
  3. ^ "Brad Buxer Filmography - Movies & TV". New York Times. Retrieved October 16, 2012.

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