Gilby Clarke Biography
Gilby Clarke is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for a 3-year tenure as the rhythm guitarist of Guns N’ Roses, replacing Izzy Stradlin in 1991 during the Use Your Illusion Tour.
After his departure from the group, Gilby went on to forge a solo career as well playing guitar with Slash’s Snakepit, Kat Men, Heart, Nancy Sinatra, Kathy Valentine (of the Go-Go’s), MC5 and forming his own group Rock Star Supernova with members of Metallica and Mötley Crüe.
Gilby production work includes albums by L.A. Guns, Bullets and Octane, The Bronx and Vains of Jenna.
Gilby Clarke Age
Gilby was born on August 17, 1962 in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. He is 56 years old as of 2018.
Gilby Clarke Wife
Gilby and Daniella Clarkehave been married for 28 years since 1991.
Gilby Clarke Pawnshop Guitars
He released his debut solo album Pawnshop Guitars on Virgin Records in 1994, which featured contributions from several of his close friends. Ryan Roxie (Alice Cooper) on guitar, Will Effertz on Bass and Marc Danzeisen (Riverdogs, Little Caesar) Drums and backing vocals, also including all the then members of Guns N’ Roses. It went gold in Argentina
Gilby Clarke Net Worth
Gilby has an estimated net worthof $5 million.
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Gilby Clarke Songs
- Tijuana Jail
- Cure Me…or Kill Me…
- Wasn’t Yesterday Great
- Kilroy Was Here
- It’s Good Enough For Rock ‘n’ Roll
- Skin n’ Bones
- It’s Good Enough for Rock n’ Roll
- Bourbon Street Blues
- Used to Love Her feat. John Corabi / Tracii Guns
- Sweet Child O’ Mine feat. Tracii Guns / Jizzy Pearl
- It’s So Easy feat. Fred Coury / Tracii Guns
- Skin & Bones
- Sorry I Can’t Write A Song About You
- I’m Nobody
- Heart of Chrome
- Welcome to the Jungle feat. Kevin DuBrow / Tracii Guns
- Too Young to Fall in Love
- Wild Flower
- Southern Girls
- Don’t Cry feat. Tracii Guns / Spike
- Welcome To the Jungle feat. Tracii Guns
- Sweet Child O’Mine feat. Randy Castillo / Tracii Guns / Jizzy Pearl
- Too Young To Fall In Love
Gilby Clarke Guitars
- Zemaitis Custom Guitar
- Gibson Les Paul Classic
- Gibson Les Paul Deluxe
- Gibson Les Paul Junior
- Gibson J-45
- Gibson Les Paul Junior Doublecut
- Gibson Melody Maker
- Gretsch White Falcon Electric Guitar
- Martin D-35
- Martin D-28
- Fender Telecaster
- Ampeg Dan Armstrong Plexi Electric Guitar
- Rock n Roll Relics Thunders Custom
- Fender Telecaster
Gilby Clarke Rubber | Gilby Clarke The Hangover | Gilby Clarke Swag | Gilby Clarke 99 Live
Gilby released another three solo albums, The Hangover, Rubber and 2002’s Swag as well as the live album 99 Live.
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Gilby Clarke Y Axl Rose
Guitarist Izzy Stradlin decided to abruptly quit the band during Use Your Illusion Tour in 1991. The reasons for quiting includes citing a combination of Axl Rose’s personal behavior and his mismanagement of the band and difficulties being around Slash, Sorum, and McKagan due to his new-found sobriety and their continuing alcohol and substance addictions.
Gilby was chosen as Izzy’s replacement, playing out the rest of gigs of the tour which lasted until 1993. Gilby’s first show with the band was December 5, 1991 in Worcester, MA, USA.
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