Blackie Lawless

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Blackie Lawless , stage name of Steven Edward Duren (Staten Island, September 4, 1956), is an American singer and guitarist, a founding member of the W.A.S.P ..

His live transgressive performances and his contests are famous.

Blackie Lawless’s Biography

Musical debuts

Duren’s interest in music began when he was 9 years old (“My brother had a guitar” – “My brother had a guitar” and I would sneak into his room to play it when he was not there. “), and the following year he managed to get a guitar from his father. After a few years he founded a group, the “Underside”.

At the age of 14 he was enrolled by his father at a military school in Florida to learn the discipline. However, Blackie managed to get expelled after a few months for having seriously insulted the sergeant major. At 16, Blackie began performing for a group called “Black Rabbit” in some clubs.

Blackie played for a show with the New York Dolls, now close to melting, where he had replaced Johnny Thunders as a session musician. After the tour he returned to California with Arthur Kane and founded with him the Killer Kane, where he performed under the name “Blackie Goozeman.” Killer Kane consisted of Arthur Killer Kane (bass), Blackie Lawless (vocals-guitar), Andy Jay (guitar) and Jimy Image (drums). The band records only 3 songs: “Mr. Cool” (which will be reworked by WASP, and will become “Cries in the night”), “Long haired woman” and “I do not need you” (whose base will be used by WASP for “Blind in Texas”). After a year Kane returned to New York while Lawless decided to stay in Los Angeles, provoking the dissolution of the group.

In 1976 he founded the Sister with Randy Piper, also a future member of the W.A.S.P. During the group’s performances, Lawless distinguished himself for his transgressive gestures on stage, such as eating worms or setting fire to his shoes. The Sister had various formations, but the classical one included Blackie Lawless (vocals-guitar), Randy Piper (guitar), Nikki Sixx (bass) and Jimy Image (drums). Around 1978 the group changed formation by inserting Nikki Sixx on bass and Lizzie Gray on guitar. However, this formation soon came into conflict and it was decided, after a few months, to dissolve the band.

After the Sister’s failure, Lawless founded a new group, Circus Circus in 1979, again with Randy Piper. The Circus Circus consisted of Blackie Lawless (vocals-guitar), Randy Piper (guitar), Joey Fernandino (bass) and Jimy Image (drums). At the same time as the Circus Circus, Blackie was part of a group called London for a very short time, where he played the guitar and occasionally played solo. Releasing again in 1981, Lawless joined with Lizzie Gray and Nikki Sixx at the London band, with whom he wrote two songs and produced some demos.In 1980, Blackie Lawless, then with the Sister or Circus Circus, recorded a song, impressed by the death of John Lennon, titled “Silver rain”, officially still unpublished.In 1982, Lawless and Randy Piper finally founded the W.A.S.P., also involving Chris Holmes (guitar) and Tony Richards (drums). In 1982, before the arrival of Chris Holmes (1983), they had succeeded in the W.A.S.P. the bass players Rik Fox and Don Costa.


During the long history of the W.A.S.P. many training changes took place and today Lawless is the only founding member of the band. Lawless is the author of most of the group’s lyrics and defined, as his favorite album, The Crimson Idol. A large part of his texts speak of religion and politics.

Lawless’s musical influences include AC / DC, Black Sabbath and The Beatles, while he was inspired by live performances by Alice Cooper and The Who. In the eighties he was hard attacked by the Parents Music Resource Center for these reasons.

In 2003 Lawless defended Pete Townshend of The Who, who was arrested for pedophilia.

In 2006 Lawless was hospitalized for an anomaly in one of his arteries that created heart problems but, after a few weeks, he was discharged.

In 2009 he declared that he converted to Christianity in a Norwegian site, adding that: “Yes, I’m a little ashamed of what I’ve done in the past, but I’m convinced I was put on this Earth for a Purpose: The band’s new album, Babylon, talks about stories from the Bible and the Book of the Apocalypse Someone asked me “Are you a rock and roll preacher now?”, And I say “No, I’m a messenger “This is my job, and all I’ve done so far has brought me where I am now.”

Blackie Lawless Short biodata & net worth

Her/His Height 6′ 4″ (193 cm)
Hair Color Black
First Name Blackie
Last Name Lawless
Birthday 4 September, 1956
Place of Birth Staten Island, New York, USA
Citizenship American
Ethnicity White
Religion/Faith Born-Again Christian
Orientation Straight
Job(s) Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Bassist, Actor
Net Worth $9 Million

Blackie Lawless Net Worth

$9 Million

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