Born on 06/23/1955, Glenn was The Misfits' lead singer and songwriter. He graduated from Lodi High School in 1973 and was in several bands, including Talus and Koo-Dot-N-Boo-Jang, before forming The Misfits. While in The Misfits, Glenn also released a solo 7". In 1983, he started Samhain with Misfits photographer and roadie Eerie Von and Mourning Noise drummer Steve Zing. Glenn was Samhain's singer and songwriter, although he also contributed (at one time or another) guitar, bass, keyboard, piano, and drums while recording albums. In 1987, Glenn changed the name of the band to Danzig, his current band. He also recorded as Glenn Danzig And The Power And Fury Orchestra and has released a solo album, and produced or written music for Roy Orbison, Kinghorse, and Johnny Cash.
|1977 - 1983:||Fender Rhodes electric piano (used on Cough/Cool 7"), Fender amplifier and cabinet (for piano), Danelectro semi-hollow guitar, Gibson Les Paul Junior guitar, 1957 Gretsch guitar (used on "Where Eagles Dare" and "American Nightmare"), Prophet 5 keyboard (used on Who Killed Marilyn? 7").|
|1984 - 1987:||Danelectro semi-hollow guitar, Gibson Les Paul guitar, Ibanez guitars.|
|1985 - now:||Yamaha DX-7 synthesizer (used for chime/gong effects).|
|1993 - now:||Ibanez guitars, Gibson Les Paul Junior guitar, Mesa Boogie amplifier, Dean Markley strings, Dunlop accessories (picks).|
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