Ronald Harry “Skip” Prokop was a Canadian drummer, guitarist and keyboardist. He was also a band leader, was a founding member of the Canadian rock music groups the Paupers and Lighthouse.
|Birth name:||Ronald Harry Prokop|
|Born:||Dec 13, 1943, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada|
|Died:||30, 2017, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres:||Rock, jazz fusion, smooth jazz|
|Instruments:||Drums, percussion, guitar, piano|
|Associated acts:||The Paupers, Lighthouse|
|IMDb:||Skip Prokop’s IMDb|
About Skip Prokop
Canadian rock drummer who was a founding member of both The Paupers and Lighthouse. He later played with a music group called Mercy Train.
He and Paul Hoffert co-founded Lighthouse, the world’s premiere rock music orchestra, in 1969.
He performed with Janis Joplin in a late 1960s RKO Studios session.
He was born in Hamilton, Ontario, and he later settled in Aylmer, Ontario.
He wrote a song for Cory Wells‘ band Three Dog Night.
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- Canadian jazz drummers
- Jazz fusion drummers
- Canadian rock drummers
- Musicians from Hamilton, Ontario
- Canadian radio personalities
- Male jazz musicians
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