Brian James Fox

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Brian James Fox is a drummer known for his work on the two glam metal albums by White Tiger and as a member of Silent Rage.[1]

White Tiger[edit]

Fox was recruited by lead guitarist and band leader Mark St. John, a former member of Kiss after being recommended to him by his guitar technician and White Tiger bassist Michael Norton.

In 1998 St. John contacted the members of the band about working on a new album; Raw. Fox declined at first telling St. John he was out of the music business for good. However, by 1999 a strapped for cash Fox contacted St. John and agreed to start recorded the already written album. Since the release of Raw in 1999 Fox has been unheard of in the music business and is believed to be "working with animals".[citation needed]

Silent Rage[edit]

After the original White Tiger broke up, Brian joined the band Silent Rage who themselves had a Kiss connection as the band's second album was signed to Gene Simmons's Simmons Records. Also, as previously stated, Mark indeed retired from the music business. However, after 9/11, marked rejoined his Silent Rage for a special one-time-only performance when Silent Rage was asked to reunite to play at The Salvation Army Benefit Concert in November 2001 at the Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California. This special benefit was organized and put on by Steve Brownlee who had signed Silent Rage for their debut album "Shattered Hearts." Also on the bill were Joshua Perahia, Jeff Fenholt, Neil Grusky (Takara), Paul Shortino, Don Dokken, Barry Sparks, and SQS.


With White Tiger[edit]

  • White Tiger
  • Raw

With Silent Rage[edit]

  • [2] Don't Touch Me There (1989)
  • [3] Still Alive (2001)