Les Fradkin is a Producer and Composer / Innovator on the Starr Labs Ztar and a virtuoso MIDI Guitarist. Brand new futuristic playing techniques realizing Progressive Neo-Classical Rock from the Pioneer of MIDI Guitar.

Les captured headlines as the Original Cast George Harrison in the mega-hit Broadway show "Beatlemania" in the 1970s and has played with The Ventures, enjoyed 16 #1 hits at mp3, and won several awards from Akademia including 2017 Folk Rock Best Song for "Black Gypsy" and 2015 Best Rock Song "God Bless California" as well as several other Indie Music Channel Awards, including 2016 Best Instrumental Recording. He is also a member of the Television Producers Music Production Hall Of Fame as a Composer. He has also been named one of the Top 20 Guitar Synthesizer players of all time by Wikipedia.

Les has found success as a recording artist, composer and producer with MGM Sunflower, ESP-Disk, Bell, Arista, RCA, and Laurie Records. Les has written the well known hit "La Chansons Des Souvenirs" ("Song Of A Thousand Voices") for the famous French songstress Mireille Mathieu on the Philips label and this tune has also been recorded in a hit version on RCA Victor (now Sony/BMG) by the Latin Pop icon Roberto Jordan ("Donde"). He was originally discovered and signed by John Hammond Sr. at Columbia back in 1969.

He has played Mellotron, 12 and 6-string Guitar, Bass and Piano on dozens of Top 40 hit records throughout the early 1970's , and 1980's, scoring many US and UK chart placings throughout his career.

Les' unique approach with the Starr Labs Ztar Midi Guitar has seen release with several albums including “Hyper Midi Guitar”, “One Link Between Them”, “Baroque Rocks”, “Ticket To A Remix Universe” and “Suite For Ztar and Orchestra”. Les has gained various iTunes and Amazon Chart hits including "Canon In D", "Lift Off", and “Bach Rocks" and others. His current music is receiving saturation radio airplay across many station in the USA, Japan, and Europe. His latest release is “Escape From Earth released on Bongo Boy Records worldwide on May 11, 2018.