Brian Eno is an English musician and producer noted for his influence in electronic music and his wide ranging collaborations with artists including The Talking Heads, David Bowie, Luciano Pavarotti, and U2 (among many others).
Eno started his musical career as a member of the glam rock bad Roxy Music. In 1973, after two years with the band he moved on to work on solo projects, releasing four art pop albums between then and 1977.
During the same period Eno also explored more experimental projects in ambient music (a term he’s credited with coining).
Eno’s work and career continued to evolve and grew to include visual and spatial elements. At the same time, he remained a prolific collaborator with a range of music acts.