Smashed Gladys

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Smashed Gladys were an eighties glam metal band, formed in 1984, with Sally Cato on vocals, Bart Lewis on lead guitar, J.D. Malo on bass, and Matt Stelluto on drums. The band also had a succession of secondary guitar players (who, according to available credits, played some leads as well as rhythm): Originally Marcel LaFleur, followed by Tommy Wah in 1986, then Roger Lane from 1987 until the band's career ended. Cato and Lewis met in Canada, then moved to New York City, where they completed the line-up and built their career.

Ozzy Osbourne provided backing vocals for their song "Cast of Nasties". Lewis, Malo and Stelutto made cameo appearances in the music video for the Run-D.M.C. cover of "Walk This Way".

Smashed Gladys has a self-titled YouTube channel, which is handled by Cato, the band's primary songwriter. Stelluto is now currently employed by the New York Mets.

Discography[edit]

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Singles[edit]

  • "17 Goin' on Crazy", 1987
  • "Lick it Into Shape", 1988
  • "Legs Up", 1988

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