12 Followers is the editorial handle for Meteo Xavier's one man collective band and compositional "group". Meteo Xavier is the Godname of a student composer/producer from Sevierville, TN (the birthplace of Dolly Parton).
Meteo Xavier, born in 1984, had little interest in music until he discovered Phil Collins, which lead to Genesis, which led to Peter Gabriel and further lead to Steve Hackett. Before that, he took to video game music from George "The Fat Man" Sanger, Nobuo Uematsu and Yasunori Mitsuda before studying Motoi Sakuraba, Yuki Kaijura, and many more to compensate Sevier County, TN's lack of formal compositional vocation training.
Meteo Xavier has been actively working on one project or another since late 2008. This biography has a ways to go still, but accomplishments have been made. He has a post on www.ocremix.org and more to come. His first album release, "Espers", was released in early March and contains over an hour of whatever ambient/new age music he could come up with with what he had. It features production work from Andrew Aversa (Zircon) and piano work by Michael Huang of www.nobuouematsu.com. "Sagetellah" from Espers was chosen to be part of www.cancerdrive.org's 2010 benefit album.
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