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|Birth name||Ryan Rosowicz|
|Born||December 1, 1965|
|Genres||Rock, indie rock|
|Associated acts||Electric Angels, Alice Cooper, Gilby Clarke, Slash's Snakepit, Roxie77, HappyPill, Casablanca, Glamnation, Lost Angels|
Ryan Roxie (born Ryan Rosowicz, December 1, 1965) is an American guitarist, singer/songwriter best known as a solo artist and for his guitar work with Alice Cooper, Casablanca, Gilby Clarke and Slash's Snakepit.Ryan is the primary founder of the System-12 Guitar Method and also hosts the weekly 'In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie' podcast.
Roxie was born in Sacramento, California and grew up in the East Bay in Pleasanton. Ryan's father, Polish, used to play trumpet and his mother was a drummer in her high school marching band. Around age five Roxie picked up the guitar but was more interested in drums. It wasn't until he was around eleven or twelve that he started taking guitar seriously.
Roxie learned to play guitar from an old record player and invented his own form of scratching, going through many records in the process, picking out guitar parts. He was influenced by albums like Van Halen and has had many guitar heroes including Brian May from Queen, Steve Stevens, Elliot Easton from The Cars, Neil Geraldo from Pat Benatar and Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick.
Candy were a band featuring original members Kyle Vincent, Jonathan Daniel, John Schubert, and guitarist Geoff Siegel. Gilby Clarke replaced Siegel after six months. The album Whatever Happened To Fun was released in 1985. Later that year, Gilby Clarke replaced Kyle Vincent as lead vocalist, and Roxie joined the lineup on guitar. After Gilby parted to form his own band "Kill for Thrills" the remaining band members joined up with new lead vocalist Shane and became the "Electric Angels".
The band then moved to New York where they signed to Atlantic Records; the signing took place at a show opening for Dogs D'amour and Mother Love Bone (some of whose members went on to form Pearl Jam). Their self-titled album, produced by Tony Visconti (best known for his work with T Rex, Bowie and Thin Lizzy to name a few) was released in 1990. The band began work on a second album (tentatively called New York Times) but was dropped by Atlantic and the record was never released.
Between 1994 and 1996 Roxie worked with various artists. He provided guitar on Gilby Clarke's albums, Pawnshop Guitars , Blooze , The Hangover and Rubber . Though uncredited, Roxie also lent guitar work to Tal Bachman. Roxie played on the hit single "She's So High" produced by Bob Rock. Roxie played guitar on) Inhale by James Michael (from Sixx AM). In 2000 Roxie also wrote and recorded several songs on Slash's Snakepit's second album Ain't Life Grand .
Roxie began working with Alice Cooper in 1996; after a recommendation from Gilby Clark, and a shady character known as 'Bobby from Mates', Roxie impressed during an audition. He was offered a 'one year tour' playing with Alice. His first show with the Cooper band was at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo club in Cabo San Lucas.
In 1997 Roxie joined up with long-time friends drummer Mike Fasano and bassist Will Effertz to create the band Dad's Porno Mag. After Effertz left, guitarist Keri Kelli and bassist Stefan Adika joined. Their album, produced by Jim Mitchell (Ugly Kid Joe) and Mark Schulman (Simple Minds), with additional production by Alex Woltman and friend Gilby Clarke, was released on Wax-Tone Records; the album went out of print but was later re-released in 2000 from Robinson Records.
In 1999, Roxie formed GlamNation under the alias Peter Kensington; the band was a glam-rock cover band that played covers of early glam bands such as The Sweet, David Bowie, Queen, T.Rex and Gary Glitter. The band played a number of shows in L.A. in 1999 and had a regular spot at The Gig (Club American Style) and a show in Scandinavia in 2000. The band at various times consisted of the following musicians playing under their GlamNation Aliases, Ryan Roxie ("Peter Kensington), guitars; Eric Singer ("Doyle Harris"), drums and vocals; Eric Dover ("J.C. Jackson"), vocals and guitars; Stefan Adika ("Yashiya"), bass; Derek Sherinian ("Ricky Lemons"), keyboards. In 2000 Teddy Andreadis ("Dr. Midnight") replaced Derek Sherinian on keyboards. In 2000 Roxie recorded his first studio album with Alice Cooper, Brutal Planet, and except for Stefan Adika the other members of GlamNation played in the band Alice Cooper used on the Brutal Planet Tour. Later without Teddy Andreadis, Roxie and GlamNation went on to co-write and record the 2003 Alice Cooper release The Eyes of Alice Cooper .
Through 2000 to 2005 Roxie collaborated with Cooper on several albums including Dragontown , The Eyes of Alice Cooper and Dirty Diamonds , co-writing a number of songs on the latter two albums.
2002 Roxie formed Roxie 77 and wrote a song whose influences lie somewhere in between the Beatles and the Beastie Boys. Roxie 77's 11-song debut album, Peace, Love & Armageddon, was released under the small indie Wax-Tone Records label in 2004. The songs span from acting like a punk kid to facing the reality of actually having a kid. Roxie 77's second album Two Sides to Every Story, was released in July of 2009. The band added a downloadable song every week, with 24 songs in all (each song in a full band and acoustic version).
On July 7, 2005, Roxie aired the first Roxie 77 podcast – Roxie's Big Rock Show. There were seven Podcasts in total which featured interviews with long-time friend Stefan Adika, as well as Calico Cooper, Damon Johnson, Eric Singer, Alice Cooper and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen and Bun E. Carlos. The podcast also featured Roxie's favourite songs, some rare tracks and two unreleased Roxie tracks including "Consequence Of The City" with ex-Alice Cooper band member and friend Eric Dover on vocals.
October 2006 saw Roxie hosting his own radio show on Rocket 95.3 FM (The Rock Home of Stockholm) The show ran weekly and featured a variety of music. The website featured live streaming, an online chat and webcam of Roxie in the studio during broadcasts.
From 2010 through to 2014, Roxie recorded two albums with the Stockholm-based, Casablanca: Apocalyptic Youth and Riding a Black Swan.
In March 2012 it was announcedthat Ryan Roxie was rejoining the Alice Cooper band for the forthcoming 2012 tour, joining Tommy Henriksen and Orianthi on guitar, Chuck Garric on bass and Glen Sobel on drums.
In 2014, Roxie 77 released a six-song EP, The Ameriswede. The record was rather a unique release, with one "American side", mixed by Tommy Henriksen, and one "Swedish side", mixed by Jon Bordon with a more garage-indie sound.
Late in 2017, while on the road with Alice Cooper, Roxie released a new solo single, a cover of The Move's "California Man" featuring guest vocals from Robin Zander of Cheap Trick (who had covered the same song on their Heaven Tonight record).
Roxie continued touring with Alice Cooper though 2018, and also released two new solo singles the first "Over & Done" in March followed by "To Live and Die in L.A." in May.
Roxie's first official solo album "Imagine Your Reality" was released May 25, 2018, and followed by a U.S. Tour billed as the "Planet Axe Tour". Five singles were released from the record, and the band toured the U.K. in 2019.
Roxie participated in TEDxStockholm Wonderlandin 2019; Ryan was praised for his entertaining segment (particularly as it was on short notice with very little preparation). He played a number of songs and spoke in between; he went on to state that his success was based on the ‘’three P’s practice": Practice, Persistence and Patience, work towards a goal and it will happen. Ironically after seeing his first TEDTalk some years before, it had become a goal of Ryan's to one day deliver a TEDTalk himself...
December 2018 Ryan Roxie is announced as a Headline act for "The Cancer on the Rocks Macmillan Benefit Fundraiser 2019" to be held on the 23 and 24 February in Cheshire.
December 2018 Ryan Roxie releases the 6th single "Big Rock Show" from "Imagine your Reality" the song guests his bandmates from the current Alice Cooper band Glen Sobel on drums and Tommy Henriksen on bass. The lyric video was filmed on an iPhone XR designed for viewing in portrait mode on smartphones and tablets. On the day of the single release Ryan had the unique idea to stream a LIVE guitar lesson on how to play the song with help from his friends at PlayAlong Music.The idea was a success with viewers able to ask Ryan questions live via Facebook or Instagram through the duration of the stream.
December 31, 2018 Ryan Roxie reforms with GlamNation to perform at Rava Wines in Paso Robles, California with the original GlamNation (2000) line up and special guests Brent Woods, Sebastian Bach, FIFI LaRUE, Jesse Adika, Kenny Lee Lewis and Brett Scallions.
January 2019 Ryan Roxie announces first solo show of 2019 for February 2 Thessaloniki, Greece.
January 2019 New Official Ryan Roxie Website released
January 2019 following the popularity of the Big Rock Show single release live guitar lesson, Ryan continues to take requests from fans of songs they would like to learn and every few weeks broadcasts a new lesson including Ryan's track "Me Generation", Alice Coopers "Brutal Planet" and Cheap Tricks "Surrender".
February 2019 Ryan Roxie is announced as a guest on the 2019 Bandit Rock Awards and performs songs from Imagine Your Reality.
February 2019 Ryan Roxie announces an April 2019 U.S. Planet Axe Tour with Brandon Gibbs, Joel Kosche, Robby Miller and Kenny Bailey in addition to a busy schedule with Alice Cooper on the "Old Black Eyes is Back" 2019 Tour
March 2019 Ryan Roxie to appear at the Crow Club in Athens Greece with Alice Cooper tribute band Snakebite, the show is billed as "Ryan Roxie of the Alice Cooper Band meets Snakebite the Alice Cooper Tribute Band"
April 2019 Ryan Roxie tours the U.S. with Brandon Gibbs, Joel Kosche, Robby Miller, Kenny Bailey, and Jacob Cade for the Planet Axe 2.0 Tour
April 12, 2019 Ryan Roxie releases his 7th single "Look Me In The Eye" from "Imagine your Reality". The video is directed by Gustav Kronfelt & filmed by Anton Körberg and, in true Roxie style, includes hidden messages throughout the video which Ryan uses to run competitions on social media.
April 23, 2019 Ryan Roxie (known for his huge presence on social media) posts his 1000th Facebook post
May 2019 Ryan Roxie to again join Alice Cooper on the "Old Black Eyes" Tour through the U.S and Europe beginning on May 4 at the Domination Festival, Mexico and finishing at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff in the UK on October 12.
May 18, 2019 Ryan Roxie returns to Rava Wines in Paso Robles CA for a special performance with "The Sunset Winos", the all-star band also featured Eric Dover, Stefan Adika, Teddy Andreadis, Johnny Griparic, Jimmy DeGrasso, Slim Jim Phantom and Paul Black.
June 8, 2019 Ryan Roxie plays with Blue Coupe at the Sweden Rock Festival. Blue Coupe features Dennis Dunaway (Bass player and founding member of the original Alice Cooper Group), Joe Bouchard and Albert Bouchard original founders of Blue Öyster Cult.
July 7, 2019 (7/7 Roxie day) Ryan Roxie releases a special edition of Ryan Roxie's Imagine Your Reality through Bellyache Records, known as the ‘Alternate Reality - Purple Skull’ Special Edition LP. The record is pressed on ‘Translucent Purple’ vinyl in honour of Purple Skull Music, the studio in Stockholm Sweden where the bulk of the album was recorded. To mark its exclusivity each copy is hand-numbered and only 85 copies were pressed.
July 16, 2019 Ryan Roxie debuts "In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie" a new podcast series promoted as a show that features in depth conversations with the world's hardest working musicians...the ones that grind, the ones that commit, the ones who make their dreams come true...in the trenches. Some of the featured interviewed artists include Phil X, Steve Stevens, Joe Satriani and Desmond Child.
July 2019 Ryan Roxie joins the Alice Cooper band for the "Alice Cooper - O’l Black Eyes Is Back Tour " in early July and "Alice Cooper/Halestorm Motionless in White Summer Tour 2019 " (a double headline tour which runs through from mid-July to mid-August) before returning to the Alice Cooper- O’l Black Eyes Is Back Tour which will visit UK, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe’
August 20, 2019 Ryan Roxie appears on the Pink Carpet At the ‘Live from the Astroturf w/ Alice Cooper" premiere event in NYC.
September 2019 Ryan Roxie announces he will be joining supergroup Lost Angels for the "Good to the Last Drop UK Tour" for a series of shows beginning on the 17th October in Grimsby with Troy Patrick Farrell, EJ Curse and his old Alice Cooper/Glamnation bandmate Eric Dover.
October 16, 2019 Ryan Roxie Releases the first of three lyric videos for ‘Nevermind Me' from the Ryan Roxie solo album 'Imagine Your Reality'. In true Roxie style access to versions two and three of the ‘Nevermind Me' video you must follow the hidden clues within the preceding video to work out the links… November 28, 2019 Ryan Roxie is a guest on Couch Riffs with Mike Squires.The concept of the show being Mike gives the artist a list of songs to choose from, builds the drum track to record on it...however, you only get one opportunity to record the entire song from start to finish. The chosen song was Cheap Tricks 'He's a Whore' which was just about perfect...
December 26, 2019 Ryan Roxie begins... The 12 Days of 'Pickmas' and continues to release a new pick each day on social media for the following twelve days allowing fans to get a glimpse of the upcoming 2020 guitar pick range with varying themes.
January 13, 2020 leading into the upcoming 2020 Australian Tour it is announced Ryan Roxie will join Alice Cooper [ circular reference ] The concert sold out in roughly 5 hours selling in excess of 65,000 tickets.at a fundraising concert at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney Australia, billed as Fire Fight Australia on the Sunday 16 February 2020 playing alongside multiple international and local acts including other headliners Queen + Adam Lambert, Olivia Newton-John and k.d. lang to raise funds for the 2019–20 Australian Bushfire Crisis.
March 2020 Ryan Roxie releases a special “live stream edition” of "In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie" Episode #7009 Podcast featuring Alice Cooper bandmate and Hollywood Vampire Tommy Henriksen. The live stream version is well received and is used occasionally from this point on allowing fans to interact with Ryan and his guests.
March 24, 2020 Ryan Roxie debuts "Sunday Livestream Sunday" a live stream show where Ryan performs some songs acoustically, general chit chat and news, most importantly he uses the platform to launch his new online guitar lesson platform the System-12 Guitar Method.
March 24, 2020 Ryan launches his new System-12 Guitar Method, the online guitar lesson platform is received well by both the public and fans alike, Guitar International Online magazine releases an interviewwith Ryan and promotes the release. Popular website Blabbermouth also take interest and release a story on the project.
April 14, 2020 Ryan Roxie is interviewed by Metaltalk.netand speaks about, lockdown, guitar lesson, Alice Cooper, Slash, Motely Crue and much more June 14, 2020 sees the release of “Heart's in Trouble” the 9th single from 'Imagine Your Reality'. October 16, 2020 Ryan Roxie appears in promotional video testing Aloha by Elk product, the platform essentially lets you connect over internet and play together like you're in the same room in real time.
November 29, Ryan is a special guest on Talkulture with kid cadet and Danica Jenelle a Live Q&A
January 1, 2021 Ryan Roxie releases “The Uh-Oh Song” the 10th and final video release for the ‘Imagine Your Reality' Album.
Debuting on July 16, 2019, "In the Trenches with Ryan Roxie" is a podcast hosted by Ryan Roxie. The show features in depth conversations with musicians; the show is billed as featuring "the worlds hardest working musicians...the ones that grind, the ones that commit, the ones who make their dreams come true...in the trenches".
|July 16, 2019||#7001||Charlie Starr||Guitarist for Blackberry Smoke|
|July 2019||#7002||Steve Brown||Guitarist known for his work with Trixter and Def Leppard|
|July 2019||#7003||Phil X||Guitarist for Bon Jovi and much more|
|October 11, 2019||#7004||Joel Hoekstra||Guitarist for Whitesnake|
|November 26, 2019||#7005||Jimmy Webb||Jimmy Webb of I Need More Clothing, N.Y.C.|
|January 27, 2020||#7006||Michael Staertow||Journeyman guitarist for Slaughter, Lou Gramm|
|February 23, 2020||#7007||Nita Strauss||Alice Cooper bandmate, guitarist extraordinaire also known for her work with Femme Fatale and the The Iron Maidens. (This was the first time Ryan had interviewed a bandmate for "In the Trenches").|
|March 10, 2020||#7008||Johan Becker||Swedish musician singer and songwriter|
|March 2020||#7009||Tommy Henriksen||Special Livestream event - Guitarist extraordinaire, Alice Cooper bandmate and Hollywood Vampire. (This was the first special live stream event).|
|March 20, 2020||#7010||Steve Stevens||Special Livestream event - Guitarist superstar known for his work with Billy Idol, Michael Jackson, Bozzio Levin Stevens, his amazing solo work and much more...|
|March 25, 2020||#7011||Dennis Dunaway||Original Alice Cooper Group Bassist who is also known for Blue Coupe|
|April 1, 2020||#????||Brandon Gibbs||Special livestream event- Guitarist and vocalist known for his work with Planet Axe and the Devil City Angels|
|April 5, 2020||#2012||Jared James Nichols||Guitarist Singer Songwriter|
|April 8, 2020||#2013||Calico Cooper||Special Livestream event - Actress, Beasto Blanco vocalist and Alice Cooper band performer|
|April 15, 2020||#7014||Michael Des Barres||Musician, Actor and Radio host|
|April 17, 2020||#7015||Matt Heafy||Guitarist and vocalist known for his work with Trivium|
|April 18, 2020||#7016||Andreas Jones and Andy Dick||Ryan Roxies friends, actors and musicians Andreas Jones and Andy Dick|
|April 22, 2020||#7017||Kane Roberts||Special livestream event – Guitarist songwriter known for his work with Alice Cooper and as a solo artist|
|April 24, 2020||#7018||Joel O’Keeffe||Guitarist and vocalist of Australian band Airbourne|
|April 29, 2020||#7019||Ryan Roxie||Guitarist, Singer, and Podcast Host. Interviewed by Robby Miller....|
|May 6, 2020||#7020||Michael Monroe||Vocalist, saxophonists, harmonica player and songwriter|
|May 13, 2020||#7021||Chuck Garric||Vocalist/Bassist/Songwriter of the band Beasto Blanco and The Alice Cooper Band|
|May 19, 2020||#7022||THE LOST ANGELS REUNION EPISODE||This episode features the reunion of The Lost Angels. A collective musical entity that includes - John Corabi, Eric Dover, Ryan Roxie, EJ Curse, Eric Brittingham, Troy Patrick Farrell and more.|
|May 24, 2020||#7023||Adam Slack||Guitarist of the Struts|
|June , 2020||#2024||Guy Griffin||Quireboys Guitarist|
|June 5, 2020||#2025||Acey Slade||Multi-instrumentalist known for his work with Dope and the Murderdolls.|
|June 10, 2020||#7026||Michael Monroe||Part II of the in-depth conversation with Vocalist/songwriter Michael Monroe|
|June 17, 2020||#7027||Gilby Clarke||Guitarist, Singer-Songwriter, Producer, and Cleveland Ohio native|
|June 20, 2020||#7028||Pete Thorn||Guitarist, Songwriter and music entrepreneur|
|June 24, 2020||#7029||Joe Hottinger||Guitarist of American Rock Band Halestorm|
|July 1, 2020||#7030||Davey Johnstone||Guitarist for Elton John|
|July 8, 2020||#7031||Marty Schwartz||Guitarist|
|July 15, 2020||#7032||Andreas Kisser||Guitarist of the Brazilian Metal Band Sepultura|
|July 22, 2020||#7033||Kane Roberts||Part 2 with Guitarist/Vocalist Kane Roberts|
|July 29, 2020||#7034||Glen Sobel||Drummer of The Alice Cooper Band & Hollywood Vampires|
|August 5, 2020||#7035||Rick Nielsen||Guitarist, songwriter and legend of Cheap Trick|
|August 12, 2020||#7036||Kip Winger||Winger front man, former Alice Cooper bassist and more|
|August 19, 2020||#7037||Todd Kerns||Special livestream episode - Episode is a combined 'Duo-Podcast' with Todd Kerns (Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, The Age of Electric, Static in Stereo, more).|
|August, 2020||#7038||Orianthi||Guitarist, singer/ songwriter|
|August, 2020||#7039||Mike Fasano||Drummer, for Warrant, Dads Porno Mag, Tiger Army and more…|
|August 2020||#7040||Chip Z'Nuff||member of American Rock Band Enuff Z'Nuff|
|August, 2020||#7041||Kai Ross-Best||Episode features YouTube sensation Kai Ross-Best with our theme of growing up in a world of 'Sick Things UK'! Also appearing will be very special guests Si Halley (Sick Things UK Founder) & Bill Crowe (Longtime Alice Cooper Snake Wrangler)|
|August, 2020||#7042||Kyler Clarke||Bassist, Photographer, and Alice Cooper Insider Kyler Clark|
|August, 2020||#7043||Alex Gonzalez||Drummer for Mana|
|August, 2020||#7044||Joe Satriani||This 'Secret Sauce' episode features the world's most successful solo guitarist who is also from the band Chickenfoot and more.|
|August, 2020||#7044||Mike Fasano||Drummer, for Warrant, Dads Porno Mag, Tiger Army and more…|
|October 14, 2020||#7045||Desmond Child||This 'Secret Sauce' episode features Hall of Famer Desmond Child, one of our generations most successful songwriters whose credits include Livin' on a Prayer (Bon Jovi), I Hate Myself for Loving You (Joan Jett), Livin' La Vida Loca (Ricky Martin), POISON (Alice Cooper) and more!|
|October, 2020||#7046||Leon Harrison||Lead Singer/Frontman of the Hard-Hitting Aussie Rock Band The Lazys.|
|October, 2020||#7047||Sheryl Cooper||Dancer/Performer of the Alice Cooper Band|
|October, 2020||#7048||Joey Sykes||Guitarist/Songwriter/Producer - The Babys, Coward, Meredith Brooks, Honey River and more.|
|October, 2020||#7049||Roger Fisher||Guitarist and founding member of the band Heart|
|October, 2020||#7050||Satchel||Guitarist and Enigma of the band Steel Panther|
|October, 2020||#7051||John Schubert||Drummer and founding member of the bands Candy, Electric Angels, and The Loveless.|
|October, 2020||#7052||Birthday Special||Special Birthday 'Best of' Episode features some of the most memorable clips taken from this past year's ITT episodes and SLS livestreams...hand-selected and discussed by the members of the R.G.A. and System-12 team!|
|October, 2020||#7053||Ross the Boss||Co-Founder of the bands Manowar and The Dictators.|
|October, 2020||#7054||Mike Squires||Creator of Couch Riffs as well as guitarist for the bands Loaded, Harvey Danger and more.|
|December, 2020||#7055||Michael Monroe||The 'Christmas Special' Episode featuring Michael Monroe (Hanoi Rocks) PART III|
|January 6, 2021||#7056||Michael Bruce||Guitarist and founding member of the Alice Cooper Band.|
|January 13, 2021||#7057||Jamie Kilstein||Musician, Writer and Comedian|
|January 19, 2021||#7058||Paul Blazek||Musician, Drummer/Percussionist|
|January 27, 2021||#7059||Adam Reader||The Professor of Rock|
|February 3, 2021||#7060||Share Ross||Vixen, Down 'n' Outz, The Dogs D'Amour|
|February 9, 2021||#7061||Teddy Zig-Zag Andreadis||Guns N'Roses, Alice Cooper, Carol King, Chuck Berry, The Boxmasters and more|
|February 16, 2021||#7062||Ricky Byrd (special guest Bassist Dennis Dunaway)||Guitarist, Singer-Songwriter & Producer - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and proclaimed Rock n' Roll Recovery Troubadour|
|February 23, 2021||#7063||Jay Jay French||Guitarist Twisted Sister|
|February 27, 2021||####||Special Event - Alice Cooper Band Meeting||Featured - Alice Cooper, Nurse Sheryl, Bob Ezrin, Tommy Henriksen, Nita Strauss, Ryan Roxie, Chuck Garric and Glen Sobel|
|March 2, 2021||#7064||Eric Weinstein||Mathematician, economist and managing director of Thiel Capital|
|March 9, 2021||#7065||Suzi Quatro||Queen of glam rock: Singer-Songwriter, Musician, Actress|
|March 22, 2021||#7066||Rob Halford||Judas Priest and more|
|March 23, 2021||#7067||Alex Kane||Guitarist of Life Sex & Death, Enuff Z'Nuff, Starz and many more|
|March 31, 2021||#7068||South African Special!||Featuring: Joe Satriani, Satchel, Michael Monroe, Gilby Clarke and much, much more!|
|April 6, 2021||#7069||Dr. Jordan B. Peterson||Clinical psychologist, author, and YouTube personality|
|April 13, 2021||#7070||Tracii Guns||Guitarist L.A. Gunns|
|April 20, 2021||#7071||Doug Stanhope – Part 1||Comedian, Author, and American Treasure|
|April 20, 2021||#7072||Doug Stanhope – Part 2||Comedian, Author, and American Treasure|
|April 28, 2021||#7073||Doro||Metal Queen|
|1985||Candy||Teenage Neon Jungle||Song Tree Records|
|1990||Electric Angels||Electric Angels||Atlantic Records|
|1994||Gilby Clarke||Pawnshop Guitars||Virgin Records|
|1995||Gilby Clarke||Blooze||Virgin Records|
|1997||Dad's Porno Mag||Dad's Porno Mag||Wax-Tone Records|
|1997||Gilby Clarke||The Hangover||Paradigm Records|
|1997||Alice Cooper||A Fistful of Alice||Guardian Records|
|1998||Tal Bachman||eponymous title||Columbia Records|
|1998||Gilby Clarke||Rubber||Pavement Records|
|1999||Dad's Porno Mag||Dad's Porno Mag (Re-Release)||Robinson / Conspiracy Records|
|2000||Slash's Snakepit||Ain't Life Grand||Koch Records|
|2000||Alice Cooper||Brutal Planet||Spitfire Records|
|2000||Alice Cooper||Brutally Live||Eagle Records|
|2001||Alice Cooper||Dragontown||Spitfire Records|
|2003||Alice Cooper||The Eyes of Alice Cooper||Spitfire Records|
|2004||Roxie 77||Peace, Love and Armageddon||Wax-Tone Records|
|2005||Alice Cooper||Dirty Diamonds||New West / Eagle Records|
|2005||Alice Cooper||Live at Cabo Wabo '96||Angel Records|
|2006||Alice Cooper||Live at Montreux||Eagle Records|
|2008||Happypill||This Year (Single Release)||R77Sound Records|
|2009||Roxie 77||Two Sides To Every Story||Bandcamp/R77Sound Records|
|2010||Casablanca||Downtown (Single Release)|
|2010||Casablanca||La Voix (Single Release)|
|2012||Casablanca||Apocalyptic Youth||Rocket Songs|
|2013||Ryan Roxie(collaborative with DPM, Roxie 77, and various artists)||The Roxie Box||R77 Records|
|2014||Casablanca||Riding a Black Swan||Sony/Gain Records|
|2014||Alice Cooper||Raise the Dead: Live from Wacken||UDR Music|
|2015||Roxie 77||The Ameriswede EP||Bellyache Records|
|2016||Alice Cooper||Live From The Astroturf||Good Records|
|2017||Alice Cooper||Paranormal (bonus live tracks)||earMUSIC|
|2017||Ryan Roxie||California Man - Featuring Special Guest Robin Zander (single release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||Over & Done (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||To Live and Die in L.A. (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||Imagine Your Reality||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||Me Generation (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Alice Cooper||A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia, Paris||earMUSIC|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||God Put A Smile On Your Face (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2018||Ryan Roxie||Big Rock Show (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2019||Ryan Roxie||Look Me In The Eye (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2019||Ryan Roxie||Imagine Your Reality (‘Alternate Reality - Purple Skull’ Special Edition LP)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2019||Alice Cooper||The Breadcrumbs EP (writing credits - Detroit City 2020)||earMUSIC|
|2019||Ryan Roxie||Nevermind Me (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2020||Ryan Roxie||Heart's in Trouble (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2021||Ryan Roxie||The Uh-Oh Song (Single Release)||Lenata Records, Cargo Records, Bellyache Records|
|2021||Alice Cooper||Detroit Stories (writing credits - Detroit City 2021)||earMUSIC|
|1983||TV20 Dance Party Featuring - Fair Warning||Himself - Guitar||TV performing: Eruption and You Really Got Me|
|1990||Electric Angels - Rattlesnake Kisses||Himself - Guitar||Video Clip|
|1994||Gilby Clarke & Slash - Tijuana jail||Himself - Guitar||Video Clip|
|1994||Gilby Clarke "Johannas Chopper"||Himself - Guitar||Video Clip (not official release)|
|1994||Gilby Clarke "Cure Me or Kill Me" video||Himself - Guitar||Video Clip|
|1997||Later show with Tommy Davidson||Himself – Guitar with Gilby Clarke||TV|
|1997||Karl martindahl (charlie emm) Them||Himself - Guitar||Video Clip|
|1997||A Fistfull of Alice||Himself - Guitar||TV|
|1997||The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||Himself - Guitar||TV performing: I'm Eighteen|
|1999||Late Show With David Letterman||Himself - Guitar||TV performing: No More Mr. Nice Guy|
|2000||Alice Cooper @TFI Friday Show||Himself - Guitar||TV performing: Blow Me a Kiss|
|2000||Live@NPA Alice Cooper||Himself - Guitar||TV performing: Blow Me a Kiss|
|2000||Alice Cooper: Brutally Live||Himself - Guitar||Video / DVD|
|2003||The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn||Himself – Guitar||TV performing: Man of The Year|
|2005||The Late Late Show||Himself – Guitar||TV performing: Sunset Babies, All got Rabies|
|2006||Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux 2005||Himself – Guitar||Video / DVD|
|2007||Happypill - This year||Himself - Vocals / Guitar||Video Clip|
|2008||HappyPill live at TV4 Nyhetsmorgon||Himself - Vocals / Guitar||TV (Swedish Morning Show) performing: This Year|
|2009||ROXIE 77 - This Year||Himself – Vocals / Guitar||Video Clip|
|2010||DPM (Dad's Porno Mag) - BIG FAT SONG||Himself – Vocals / Guitar||Video Clip|
|2010||Casablanca - Downtown||Himself - Guitarist||Video Clip|
|2012||Casablanca - Love and Desperation||Himself - Guitarist||Video Clip|
|2013||Casablanca - The Giant Dreamless Sleep||Himself - Guitarist||Video Clip|
|2014||ROXIE 77 - The Solution||Himself – Vocals / Guitar||Video Clip|
|2014||Alice Cooper Raise the Dead: Live From Wacken||Himself - Guitarist||DVD, Blu-Ray|
|2015||An Evening with Alice Cooper||Himself – Guitar & Composing Credits||TV Movie, Pay Per View|
|2015||ALICE COOPER Live From Austin 2015 DVD||Himself – Guitar||DVD|
|2015||ALICE COOPER LIVE Fox and Friends Manhattan||Himself – Guitar||TV|
|2015||The Gothic Clown Killer of Rock and Roll||Himself||Documentary (not yet released)|
|2015||Le Comité des Reprises||Himself||TV Mini-Series|
|2015||ROXIE 77 - Anna||Himself – Vocals / Guitar||Official 'Song Cartoon' created by Annette DeLorean|
|2016||ROXIE 77 - IDIOTS AND IDOLS (American Mix)||Himself – Vocals / Guitar||VIDEO - SET TO PSYCHO GIRLFRIENDS|
|2016||Hired Gun||Himself||Documentary (credit only)|
|2016||Alice Cooper Jimmy Kimmel Live!||Himself - Guitarist||TV|
|2016||Hair I go again||Guitarist – Alice Cooper||Movie|
|2017||Joe Dick||Writer / Composer "Second Chances" & "Slice of Fame"||Movie|
|2017||Alice Cooper - Rock in Rio 2017 LIVE||Himself - Guitarist||TV Special|
|2018||Live from the Astroturf: Alice Cooper||Himself - Guitarist||Concert (not yet released)|
|2018||Ryan Roxie - Me Generation||Himself – Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2018||Ryan Roxie - To Live and Die in L.A.||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2018||Ryan Roxie - Over & Done||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2018||Ryan Roxie – "California Man" with Special Guest Vocals from Robin Zander||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2018||Ryan Roxie - God Put a Smile Upon Your Face||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2018||TEDxStockholm: Wonderland||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist / Spoken Word||TEDxStockholm: Wonderland - LIVE EVENT|
|2018||Ryan Roxie - Big Rock Show||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2019||Ryan Roxie - Look Me In The Eye||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2019||Ryan Roxie - Nevermind Me (Versions 1, 2 & 3)||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2020||Ryan Roxie - Heart's in Trouble||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2021||Ryan Roxie - The Uh-Oh Song||Himself - Vocals / Guitarist||Official Lyric Video|
|2021||Alice Cooper - A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia, Paris (2017)||Himself – Guitarist||DVD, Blu-Ray (limited release with special editions of Detroit Stories)|
Alice Cooper is an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spans over 50 years. With a raspy voice and a stage show that features numerous props, including pyrotechnics, guillotines, electric chairs, fake blood, reptiles, baby dolls, and dueling swords, Cooper is considered by music journalists and peers to be "The Godfather of Shock Rock". He has drawn equally from horror films, vaudeville, and garage rock to pioneer a macabre and theatrical brand of rock designed to shock audiences.
Slash's Snakepit was an American rock supergroup from Los Angeles, California, formed by Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash in 1994. Though often described as a solo or side project, Slash stated that Snakepit was a band with equal contributions by all members. The first lineup of the band consisted of Slash, two of his Guns N' Roses bandmates— drummer Matt Sorum and guitarist Gilby Clarke— as well as Alice in Chains bassist Mike Inez and former Jellyfish live guitarist Eric Dover on lead vocals.
Gilbert J. "Gilby" Clarke is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer. He had a 3-year tenure as the rhythm guitarist of Guns N' Roses, replacing Izzy Stradlin in 1991 during the Use Your Illusion Tour, and also featured on "The Spaghetti Incident?" (1993). Following this, Clarke went on to forge a solo career as well playing guitar with Slash's Snakepit, Kat Men, Heart, Nancy Sinatra, Kathy Valentine, MC5 and forming his own group Rock Star Supernova with members of Metallica and Mötley Crüe.
Welcome to My Nightmare is an album by Alice Cooper, released in March 1975. It is Alice Cooper's first solo album, and his only album for the Atlantic Records label. Welcome to My Nightmare is a concept album. Played in sequence, the songs form a journey through the nightmares of a child named Steven. The album inspired the Alice Cooper: The Nightmare TV special, a worldwide concert tour in 1975, and the Welcome to My Nightmare concert film in 1976. The ensuing tour was one of the most over-the-top excursions of that era. Most of Lou Reed’s band joined Cooper for this record.
Vinnie Vincent Invasion was an American glam metal band, formed in 1984 by former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent.
The Eyes of Alice Cooper, released in 2003, is the sixteenth solo album by Alice Cooper. With this album, Cooper returned to his earlier hard rock sound, in the vein of The Last Temptation, and left the heavy industrial metal sound found in his last two studio albums. Of note is the album cover, which was released in four different versions, featuring alternate colours in Cooper's eyes and the crescent around the 'A' in the title. It was available in blue, green, purple and red.
Pretties for You is the debut studio album by American rock band Alice Cooper, released on June 25, 1969 by Straight Records. At this time, the name "Alice Cooper" referred to the band and not its lead singer Vincent Furnier. The album has a psychedelic flavor to it; the group had yet to develop the more concise hard rock sound that they would become famous for. Most of the tracks feature unusual time signatures and arrangements, jarring syncopation, expressive dynamics, sound effects, and an eclectic range of music influences. A few songs, such as "Levity Ball", show the influence of Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, with whom the band hung out during the British group's U.S. tour. Alice Cooper guitarist Glen Buxton stated he could listen to Barrett's guitar playing for hours on end.
Easy Action is the second studio album by the American rock band Alice Cooper, released by Straight Records in March 1970. The title comes from a line from one of the band's favorite films, the musical West Side Story. As with Pretties for You, the band's debut from the previous year, Easy Action was neither a commercial nor critical success. Singles include "Shoe Salesman" and "Return of the Spiders".
Dragontown is the fifteenth solo album by Alice Cooper. It was released in 2001 on Spitfire Records. Like Brutal Planet, the album displays a heavier metal style than many of his previous releases. It peaked on Billboard's "Top Independent Albums" Chart at #12, and the Billboard 200 at #197, his lowest album chart performance since 1983’s DaDa, which did not chart at all.
A Fistful of Alice is a live album by Alice Cooper. It was released in 1997, and was recorded the previous year at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo club in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Slash plays guitar for part of the album and Cooper says before the song "Desperado" that it was written about Jim Morrison, who died in 1971, the same year Cooper wrote the song. Also featured in the album are Rob Zombie on vocals and Sammy Hagar on guitar. The only song from the show that has not been commercially released is the title track from 1991's Hey Stoopid. The last song, "Is Anyone Home?", is a studio recording recorded specifically for the album.
Electric Angels was a Los Angeles-based band that formed from the defunct pop group Candy featuring new singer Shane, guitarist Ryan Roxie, and original Candy members bassist/songwriter Jonathan Daniel, and drummer John Schubert. The name Electric Angels was taken from an early Candy demo. After one year, the band relocated to New York City and were signed to Atlantic Records within five months. One of their first New York shows was opening up for the British band Dogs D'Amour and Mother Love Bone.
Sean Kelly is a Canadian musician living in Toronto, currently playing guitar with Nelly Furtado and Lee Aaron. He founded the Toronto-based glam rock band Crash Kelly, and is the band's lead singer and guitarist. Kelly was a member of Canadian rock band Helix, playing bass guitar. He stayed with them for most of 2009 at which time joined Furtado's band on guitar. He is also guitarist for the Toronto rock group 69 Duster, which he co-founded with the ex-singer for Images in Vogue, Dale Martindale. He has done session guitar work for other bands as well, including Neil Leyton's 2003 album, Midnight Sun, and was a member of Jeff Pearce's band Rye. Kelly has also collaborated with Gilby Clarke, Rough Trade, Rudy Sarzo, Coney Hatch, and Canadian Brass.
Rock Star Supernova was a reality television-formed supergroup consisting of drummer Tommy Lee, bassist Jason Newsted, guitarist Gilby Clarke, and singer Lukas Rossi. The band was formed during the second season of the Rock Star reality television series, which was titled Rock Star: Supernova.
All Systems Go is the second and final studio album by American glam metal band Vinnie Vincent Invasion, released on May 17, 1988. All Systems Go featured new vocalist Mark Slaughter, who replaced Robert Fleischman. The band toured in support for the album, headlining small clubs, but broke up after the completion of the tour at the end of August 1988. The album features Yngwie Malmsteen's vocalist Jeff Scott Soto on backing vocals.
Damon Rogers Johnson is an American guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, currently a solo artist and member of Thin Lizzy. In the 1990s he co-founded Brother Cane, and later joined Alice Cooper's band as lead guitarist. He was also the lead guitarist and co-songwriter for hard rock group Black Star Riders from 2012 to 2018. Johnson has also released several solo albums and his songs have been recorded by many artists including Stevie Nicks and Carlos Santana.
Shameless are a hard rock and glam metal supergroup based in Munich, Germany. Although the band are based in Germany, they are notable for having numerous American rockers appearing on their albums.
Brent Fitz is a Canadian musician and multi-instrumentalist. In his career, he has worked with Slash, Myles Kennedy, Theory of a Deadman, Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, Union, Gene Simmons, The Guess Who, Brad Whitford from Aerosmith, Derek St. Holmes, Ronnie Montrose, Indigenous, Lamya, Streetheart, Harlequin, and Econoline Crush.
Brutal Planet is the first song from the album of the same name by heavy metal singer Alice Cooper. Unlike most other Alice Cooper songs, the song has an industrial metal feel to it.
Alice Cooper was an American rock band formed in Phoenix, Arizona, in 1964. The band consisted of lead singer Vince Furnier, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith (drums). Furnier legally changed his name to Alice Cooper and has had a solo career under that name since the band became inactive in 1975. The band was notorious for their elaborate, theatrical shock rock stage shows. In 2011, the original Alice Cooper band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Marc Stewart Danzeisen is an American drummer and musician. He is best known for his work with Riverdogs, Gilby Clarke, Little Caesar, his contributions to Def Leppard, and his appearance in the 1995 film, The Brady Bunch Movie.
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