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Mauritz Lotz is a session and solo guitarist from Johannesburg, South Africa. He started his musical career in 1980 and his work can be heard on over 4000 recordings.
Lotz has worked with many South African Artists such as: Mango Groove, Miriam Makeba, Lucky Dube, Hugh Masekela, Coleske, Steve Hofmeyer, Wouter Kellerman, Sterling EQ, Bruce Cassidy, P J Powers, Lionel Bastos, Paul Hamner, Kreesan, Corlea Botha, Jo Black, Ed Jordan, Johannes Kerkorrel, Lesley Rae Dowling, Little Sister, Bles Bridges, Anton Goosen, NiaNell, Laurika Rauch, Joshua Na Die Reen, Eden, Reana Nel, Karen Zoid, Jannie Moolman, Mathys Roetz, Coenie de Villiers, Juanita du Plessis, Drakensberg Boys Choir, Rina Hugo, Zwai Bala, Stimela, Leon Schuster, Bobby van Jaarsveld, Theuns Jordaan, Sibongile Kumalo, Amanda Strydom, Soweto String Quartet, Karin Hougaard, Kevin Leo, Ringo, Emo Adams, Annelie van Rooyen, Neil Soloman, Anna Davel, Vusi Mahlasela, Nataniel, Carike Keuzenkamp, Soweto Gospel Choir, Dozi, Byron Keno, Sonja Herholdt, Chris Chameleon, Jannie du Toit, Piet Botha, Dan Patlansky, Victor Musondo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Julius Megan, Robin Auld, Sibongile Ngoma, Joseph Clark, Tim Moloi, Cedric Samson, Elvis Blue, Gloria Bosman, to name but a few.
Internationally he has worked with Chris de Burgh, Shawn Phillips, Ice Cube, Margaret Becker, Lokua Kanza, Scott Wesley Brown, Dave Matthews, Marta Gomez, Stef Bos, Cristian Mangano, Dave Koz, Maude Myra, Krzesimir Debski, Patrizio, N'Faly Kayoute, Phil Manzenera, Crash Test Dummies.
He also performs as a solo artist, and release his debut album 'Six String Razor' in 1990.
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