Randy Gane (born Randall Rutherford Gane, November 30, 1959), also known as Random Damage, is an American keyboardist. He is currently in Geoff Tate's version of Queensrÿche.
Gane was born in Mount Clemens, Michigan. He later moved to Washington, where he played in the progressive metal band Myth, among others with guitarist Kelly Gray. Myth was joined by Geoff Tate in 1980, who left in 1982 to pursue a career as the lead singer for Queensrÿche, while Myth went on to record the album Arabia. Gane and Tate remained friends, and Gane has worked with Queensrÿche several times, playing support keyboards on the 1986-1987 Rage for Order tour, playing keyboards on the 2009 American Soldier album, and performing keyboards and writing music on the 2011 Dedicated to Chaos album. Gane was credited on eight out of 11 songs on Tate's second solo album, Kings & Thieves, released in 2012. In 1993, Gane played the Hammond B3 organ on Candlebox's song "He Calls Home" on their eponymous debut album, and has been working as a session musician at the London Bridge Studio.
On June 20, 2012, it was announced that Queensrÿche had fired Tate, who on September 1 presented his own Queensrÿche lineup, which featured Gane alongside Rudy Sarzo, Bobby Blotzer, Glen Drover (who left the band on November 23), and fellow Myth alumnus, Kelly Gray. The band is performing an "Operation: Mindcrime Anniversary Tour", which started April 6, 2013, celebrating the album's 25th anniversary. Gane is credited on the song "The Weight of the World" on their forthcoming album, Frequency Unknown.