J.J. Belle (born Roger Elvidge Belle, French Guiana, 17 October 1955 - 26 November 2004) was a renowned British session musician, mostly known for his work as a guitarist. Artists he played for included Marc Almond, Fish (playing guitar on the US leg and September UK dates of his 1997 Sunsets on Empire tour), Debbie Harry, Johnny Hates Jazz, Grace Jones, George Michael, Madonna, Dusty Springfield and Tina Turner. He also played on Belouis Some's 1993 album Living Your Life. Belle also frequently worked for the Pet Shop Boys, who declared he helped define their sound in a statement on his death of cancer in 2004.
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