Brent Fitz

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Brent Fitz (Winnipeg, March 27, 1970) is a Canadian musician.

Although known as a drummer, he also played bass and other instruments.

He worked with: Slash, Theory of a Deadman, Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, Union, The Guess Who, Lamya, Streetheart, Harlequin and finally Econoline Crush.

Brent Fitz’s Biography

Fitz was born in Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada where he attended John Taylor Collegiate and graduated in 1988. After leaving Winnipeg in the 1990s, he lived several years in Los Angeles, California. Today he lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Fitz started taking piano lessons at age five and then switched to drums when he was ten. He always played a lot during the scholastic period, very often he attended the afternoon courses dedicated to the music that the school proposed. Fitz also studied piano at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Ontario.

Fitz began his career at age 15, playing in several Winnipeg clubs playing in a cover band called the New Alliance. Later, he joined the Seventh Heaven group, born to make tours, which later took the name of Shake Naked. This group made several big tours all over Canada. Some contacts with the city of Los Angeles with the Seventh Heaven group allowed Fitz to look for work in the music field.

Working with the singer of Shake Naked, Lenita Erickson, Fitz was able to meet a friend of Erickson: Bruce Kulick of Kiss. Bruce, after hearing some Fitz recordings, asked him to join him. This new band will take the name of Union with the participation of John Corabi on vocals (former singer of The Scream and Mötley Crüe), James Hunting of David Lee Roth on bass, and finally Kulick on guitar.

Fitz quickly recorded several pieces with the Bulletboys in 2000, as well as Gilby Clarke, former member of Guns N ‘Roses.

In early 2001, Fitz received an invitation to tour with Vince Neilcome drummer (and keyboardist). In 2002 he played on several international tours, and recorded the album “Live At The Whiskey”.

Fitz separated from Vince Neil in 2005 to join Theory of a Deadman contributing to the “Gasoline” album. With this band, he appeared in four music videos and made several appearances on TV, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. where Fitz played the piano and sang several acoustic songs with his band.

In 2006, while still on tour with Theory of a Deadman, Fitz temporarily left the band to start a tour with Alice Cooper, replacing the drums Eric Singer while Singer was on tour with Kiss. In the same year, Fitz took part in a tour with the Indigenous.

In 2007, Fitz contributed with Econoline Crush for the album “Ignite”, and later became a permanent member of the group, while remaining a reserve guitarist for Alice Cooper.

In 2009, Fitz took part in the “Monster Circus” show as a keyboard player / singer. Monster Circus is headquartered in the Hilton Hotel & amp; Casino in Las Vegas. The band consisted of Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, bassist Rudy Sarzo, guitarist Tony Montana of the Great White, guitarist Dave Kushner of Velvet Revolver, and finally John Corabi and Bruce Kulick (who had played in the Union along with Fitz) .

In June 2009, Fitz appeared on the Gene Simmons Family Jewels television show (season 4, episode 2: “Memphis Blues”); he and Bruce Kulick helped in the recording studio Gene Simmons modified for the style of his son, Nick Simmons. Fitz also recorded drums for many songs on the Kulick album, released in 2010, including tracks featuring guest artists like Gene Simmons, Nick Simmons, John Corabi, and Doug Fieger. Fitz also appeared in a second episode in June 2010, this time he played live with Bruce Kulick and Nick Simmons in the local “The Cat Club” in Hollywood, California.

Since March 2010, Fitz has become a drummer for former Guns N ‘Roses / Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash. With Slash, Fitz played in several American talk shows in 2010, including: “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno, “Ellen”, “Lopez Tonight” (twice) and “The Late Late Show” with Craig Kilborn . Fitz has participated in four Slash music videos: “By The Sword”, “You’re a lie”, “Back From Cali” and “Beautiful Dangerous” along with singer Fergie.

Brent Fitz Short biodata & net worth

Hair Dark brown
Body Shape Average
Place of Birth Manitoba, Canada
Birthday March 27, 1970
Star Sign Aries
Ethnic Info White
Citizenship Canadian
HighSchool John Taylor Collegiate, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Ocupation(s) Musician, Songwriter
instrument Drums

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