Adam Bomb

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Adam Bomb
Background information
Birth nameAdam Brenner
Born (1953-08-14) August 14, 1953 (age 66)
OriginSeattle, Washington, U.S.
GenresGlam metal, hard rock, glam rock
Associated actsTyrant
Michael Monroe
Hanoi Rocks

Adam Bomb (born Adam Brenner, 1953) is a guitarist and singer who has worked with some bands


In 1979 Adam and Geoff Tate started a cover band Tyrant. Later he joined band TKO with who he recorded the album In Your Face In 1982 Bomb auditioned for Kiss and flew all the way to LA but they didn’t want him so He moved to Hollywood shared an apartment with Jeffrey Isbell better known as Izzy Stradlin He met Tommy Thayer a neighbor and guitarist for the band Black N' Blue (now guitarist in KISS) who suggested he should call it Adam Bomb The band "Movie Star" opened for TKO at The Showbox In 1983 Adam recorded his first demos with producer Rick Keefer He played gigs with Steeler as a replacement One year later Adam recorded songs with drummer Chuck Ruff and bassist Cliff Williams of AC/DC and finished his album Fatal Attraction.[1]

The Adam Bomb Band[edit]

Adam Bomb Band at Dundee Doghouse 2007

Bomb luckily signed a management deal with Leber Krebs and moved to NYC to start a band with former Billy Idol drummer Gregg Gerson Billy Idol/Riot bassist Phil Feit and Aerosmith guitarist Jimmy Crespo The band later moved to Los Angeles and open for bands like Armored Saint and Metallica for time

In the following years Adam Bomb performed as both band and solo act with a variety of people some of who were Chuck Berry and Johnny Thunders and recorded album One night he jammed with Mick Taylor on Brown Sugar On another night when Adam was playing Axl Rose walked in and sang Axl explained that he and Izzy had seen him play at the TKO gig at the Troubadour Hollywood and were going to ask Adam to join the band they were starting but decided better not


In 2011 Adam bassist Paul Del Bello drummer Violet Cannibal started recording on a 3 CD Rock On, Rock Hard, Rock Animal. The album feature with covers and some material Adam recorded Affection written by Little Steven Then continued touring for a while and lived to Holland where wrote books In July 2016 he recorded a single called The Only love You when Your Dead with drummer Bobby Reynolds keyboardist Alan St Jon Saxophonist Arno Hecht and Phil Feit Adam returns to road in fall [2]


  • Adam Bomb – Vocals, guitar
  • Kozzy Havokk PL – Bass guitar,
  • Leo Cakolli FR – Drums





  • 1984 – Fatal Attraction
  • 1989 – Pure SEX.
  • 1993 – Grave New World
  • 1999 – Get Animal
  • 2000 – Get Animal 2
  • 2001 – New York Times
  • 2003 – Third World Roar
  • 2004 – Acoustica
  • 2005 – Rock Like Fuck
  • 2009 – Crazy Motherfucker
  • 2012 – Rock On, Rock Hard, Rock Animal


  • 2004 – Bone Yard

With TKO[edit]

  • 1981 – In Your Face

With Black 'N Blue[edit]

With Steel Pulse[edit]

With John Paul Jones[edit]

With Michael Monroe[edit]


  1. ^ Sharpe-Young, Garry. "Adam Bomb". MusicMight. Archived from the original on 5 January 2010. Retrieved 22 January 2010.
  2. ^ Adam Bomb

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