John "JD" DeServio
|Birth name||John DeServio|
|Genres||Hard rock, Heavy metal|
|Instruments||Bass guitar, Vocals|
|Associated acts||Black Label Society, Cycle of Pain, Pride & Glory, Michael Romeo|
John "JD" DeServio, is the current bass guitarist in Black Label Society, joining after the departure of James Lomenzo in 2005. DeServio was also a member of Pride & Glory, Wylde's southern rock trio for a short time in December 1994 (again as a replacement for Lomenzo), and was also Black Label Society's original bass guitarist, playing on the tour supporting their debut album, Sonic Brew. He also performed on Michael Romeo's solo album War of the Worlds, Pt. 1 in 2018. He endorses Schecter bass guitars and GHS strings. DeServio has his own band called Cycle of Pain whose debut album was released in April 2009 on Reform Records.
- Rao, Debbie, Deb Rao Interviews Black Label Society Part 1: Bass Player John "JD" DeServio, retrieved 2009-06-03
- Reform Records Archived 2009-06-20 at the Wayback Machine
- Condran, Ed. "Cycle of Pain headlines Brutal Bowl at Starland", Asbury Park Press, February 5, 2016. Accessed March 14, 2016. "'That's just the way it is and I'm more than fine with that,' DeServio said while calling from his Keyport home."
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