Greg D'Angelo

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Greg D'Angelo
Birth name Gregory D'Angelo
Born (1963-12-18) December 18, 1963 (age 54)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Genres Glam metal, hard rock, heavy metal, thrash metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Drums
Years active 1981–present
Associated acts Anthrax
White Lion
Britny Fox
Ace Frehley
Zakk Wylde
Pride & Glory
Greg Leon Invasion
Stephen Pearcy,
Jack Starr's Burning Starr

Gregory D’Angelo, (born 18 December 1963, in Brooklyn, New York) is a drummer most famous for his work in the American band White Lion.

Early career (1981–1983)[edit]

Between 1981 and 1983, D'Angelo was a member of Anthrax.[1] After leaving Anthrax, D’Angelo joined Cities. In 1985 he appeared on the Jack Starr Rock the American Way LP.

White Lion career (1984–1991)[edit]

During the same year after the White Lion album Fight to Survive was released in Japan he replaced Nicky Capozzi in the band.[1] The band gained worldwide success with the release of the albums Pride, Big Game and Mane Attraction. In the spring of 1991, after a British tour, the rhythm section of D'Angelo and former White Lion bassist James Lomenzo left due to business discrepancies.

Post-White Lion career (1992–present)[edit]

In 1993 both D'Angelo and LoMenzo performed with Zakk Wylde as Lynyrd Skynhead, who upon D'Angelo's departure from the band would become Pride & Glory. In 1996 D'Angelo joined the seminal[citation needed] Orange County band Pirates of Venus and stayed with the band through 1998. He is also a former drummer for the band AntiProduct. In 2010 he Joined Stephen Pearcy's solo band, he recorded the "Smash" album with Pearcy and is currently touring. He also currently works out of his mix studio in Los Angeles and is a counselor at Rock n Roll Fantasy Camp.


  1. ^ a b "Greg D'Angelo - Metal Storm". Retrieved 2017-03-24.