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|Birth name||Oliver Joseph Nanini|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California|
|Died||December 4, 2000 (aged c. 45)
|Years active||1977 – 2000|
|Associated acts||Black Randy and the Metrosquad, The Plugz, Wall of Voodoo, Bags, The Lonesome Strangers, The Flesh Eaters.|
|Drums and the use of pots, pans, bells and other everyday items as percussive instruments.|
Oliver Joseph (Joe) Nanini (1955–December 4, 2000) was a drummer, most famous for being the percussionist of new wave group Wall of Voodoo during their heyday in the 1980s. He was known for playing pots, pans and other objects. Along with Stan Ridgway and Bill Noland, he left the band after their performance at the US Festival in 1983. Nanini went on to become one of the co-founders of the iconic neo-traditional band The Lonesome Strangers and played on their first record, Lonesome Pine. He died on December 4, 2000 of a brain hemorrhage at his Atlanta home.
He was born in Japan in 1955 to a military based family.
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