Chuck Garric is an American Rock Bass Player, singer and song writer born May 16th in South Lake Tahoe, CA.
Currently on tour with Alice Cooper, Chuck has contributed his Bass playing and song writing talents to three Alice Cooper records. "Eyes of Alice Cooper","Dirty Diamonds," and "Along Came a Spider".
Chuck has also lent his talents during the annual Alice Cooper Christmas Pudding Concert. He has had the honor of playing Bass for Ted Nugent, Don Felder "Eagles," Cheap Trick, Neal Schon "Journey" and Robbie Krieger "The Doors".
When not touring the world with Alice, Chuck joins fellow Alice Cooper band member and KISS drummer, Eric Singer, Grand Funk Railroad and former KISS Guitarist, Bruce Kulick and RATT guitar player and former Motley Crue frontman John Corrabi, to play and tour with ESP - the Eric Singer Project.
Chuck also plays Bass guitar for Billy Bob Thornton's The Boxmasters; a hillbilly/ country/ bluegrass/ rock band. Look for the video "Poor House" on CMT or GAC.
Before joining up with the The Alice Cooper Band, Chuck toured with Ronnie James DIO for over two years.
He also co-worte the song "Death By Love" with Ronnie for the "Master of the Moon" record.
During the summer of 1999, Chuck played bass for Los Angeles based LA Guns during the POISON "Exiled from Mainstream" tour.
In the early Tahoe years, Chuck started a local rock band The Diabolicals an original / cover band The Diabloicals found themselves taking over the local club scene at a fast rate. Chuck then teamed up Jon Morris from DIG and his brothers Ian and Derrick to form TURD. Influenced by Iggy Pop and Alice Cooper, the boys released "Turd Up the Volume" in 1999.
At 24 years old, Orianthi has already experienced what most aspiring musicians only dream of. She's opened for her hero (Steve Vai), backed an Idol (Carrie Underwood), traded solos with a legend (Carlos Santana) and shared the stage with the King of Pop (Michael Jackson). Now she’s joined the undisputed king of shock rock - Alice Cooper.
Orianthi packs modern girl-power punch into every turn of phrase, but it’s the shredding that takes her own brand of rock to an entirely new level. Songs like “Suffocated” and “Think Like A Man” are anthemic rock tracks recalling at time Evanescence, Avril Lavigne, Paramore and even a less-music row more-sunset strip Taylor Swift. First single “According To You” is a catchy tale of an ungrateful boyfriend with a killer guitar solo. The result: a thunderous, hook and riff driven debut that sounds larger than life. If, for a moment, you’ve thought the music world could use another taste of The Runaways’ Joan Jett, let us introduce you to Orianthi.
Get more info about Orianthi at her website: www.orianthi.com
Recognized as a man of many musical skills, Tommy Henriksen is one the most gifted producers/songwriters working today. His rich musical heritage has allowed him to lend his talents to a diverse array of artists such as Lady GaGa,Porcelain Black,Daughtry, Kumi Koda, Steel Magnolia, Kimberly Caldwell, Alice Cooper,Future Boy, Halestorm,Runner Runner,Framing Hanley,David Cook and Wes Carr ; all the while playing an active role in a number of facets of the song creation process as he is, as well, an adept engineer, mixer, programmer and multi-instrumentalist—not to mention a fountain of creativity and enthusiasm!
Originally signed as an artist to Capitol Records, where he released his successful eponymous debut, he found that he naturally gravitated towards his current role behind the scenes as a songwriter and producer. With a career that started in New York—with his time now divided between southern sounds in Nashville and the sunny pop of Los Angeles—Tommy has a musical perspective unlike many others. Armed with a unique understanding of what it takes to craft a hit from both sides of the glass, and across a wide variety of genres, he is a much sought after commodity who has a reputation for delivering the goods every time.
You can keep up with Tommy on his website, http://disvicious.com/
Glen Sobel has played in a variety of genres including rock, hip hop, pop, metal, punk, and fusion. Recently he has played, toured, and/or recorded with gigs ranging from hard rock (Alice Cooper) (SIXX A.M.- featuring Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue), pop/r&b (tour with ELLIOTT YAMIN- American Idol finalist who topped the Billboard Hot 100), instrumental fusion (Glen played on guitar great PAUL GILBERT's new DVD), stadium/arena rock (Glen toured in 2010 with VASCO ROSSI- Italy's biggest rock super-star, playing to crowds in excess of 40,000), to studio TV work (Glen plays drums on the new version of the MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL theme on ESPN).
Other touring/recording credits for Glen include Chris Impellitteri, Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson's guitarist), Tony Macalpine , Gary Hoey, Warner Bros recording act Beautiful Creatures(Ozzfest tour), Cypress Hill, and many others.
Glen has also conducted and appeared at CLINICS AND DRUM FESTIVALS internationally for Mapex drums, Regal Tip Sticks and Sabian Cymbals. In addition he has established establish himself as a respected player and teacher in LA being hired on as instructor at MUSICIANS INSTITUTE (Percussion Institute of Technology or PIT).
A seasoned pro with world tour experience, Glen has developed a reputation for being a quick study, known to learn an entire set of material in a day or record a CDs worth of songs on short notice. He spends much of his time in Los Angeles doing sessions for some of the music industrys top producers. His performances are dynamic and visual and his track record as a session player is impressive.
Other interesting facts about Glen :
Previous Winner- Guitar Center National Drum Off Competition.
Ranked 5 in "Guiness World Records" competition for Drumometer, a device that counts how many single strokes are played in a minute.
You can keep up with Glen on his Facebook page, www.facebook.com/drummerglen
Guitarist Ryan Roxie returns to the Alice Cooper Band in 2012 with a renewed energy after spending the last few years touring & releasing albums with his bands (Roxie 77, Casablanca) formed in his newly adopted home country of Sweden.
Roxie first joined the AC Band in 1996 and appeared on every Alice Cooper release for the following 10 years. This includes the albums 'Fistful of Alice' all the way through to the 'Dirty Diamonds' CD. Ryan also appeared on the DVD releases 'Brutally Live' and 'Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux' .
Over those 10 years there were some breaks, such as when he was able to collaborate with former Guns n' Roses guitarist Slash, and release the second Slash's Snakepit record, 'Ain't Life Grand'. Roxie also released his own band's albums 'DPM' and Roxie 77's 'Peace, Love and Armageddon' during these years.
Ryan's fascination with the guitar started at the early age of 5 and has continued to allow him to do in life what he loves most: Tour the world playing music.