List of Yngwie Malmsteen band members

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Malmsteen performing in 2008.

Yngwie Malmsteen is a Swedish neoclassical metal musician. After tenures in the bands Steeler and Alcatrazz, he started his solo career in 1984 with the release of Rising Force, which was the name of his first band in 1978 featuring bassist Marcel Jacob and drummer Zepp Urgard. The original 1984 lineup of Malmsteen's band included vocalist Jeff Scott Soto, drummer Barriemore Barlow and keyboardist Jens Johansson, with Jacob added as the first touring bassist. The current lineup includes keyboardist Nick Marino (since 2011), bassist Ralph Ciavolino (since 2012) and drummer Brian Wilson (since 2018). Malmsteen and Ciavolino perform lead vocals.

History[edit]

1984–1995[edit]

Malmsteen released his debut solo album Rising Force in 1984, which featured vocalist Jeff Scott Soto, keyboardist Jens Johansson and drummer Barriemore Barlow.[1] Soto and Johansson remained for the next year's follow-up Marching Out, which was credited as a band effort under the name "Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force" and saw the addition of bassist Marcel Jacob and new drummer Anders Johansson (Jens's brother).[2] Jacob was replaced on tour by Wally Voss.[3] Soto left in 1985 and was replaced by Mark Boals,[4] who performed on the 1986 album Trilogy but was fired by Malmsteen before its release after an altercation.[5] Soto returned for the album's tour, after which it was reported in 1987 that Mark Weitz would perform on the next album.[6]

Weitz was soon replaced by Joe Lynn Turner,[7] who performed on 1988's Odyssey.[8] The subsequent tour spawned Malmsteen's first live album Trial by Fire: Live in Leningrad, which featured bassist Barry Dunaway.[9] The band's lineup changed dramatically in late 1989, as Jens Johansson joined Dio and Turner joined Deep Purple.[10] Anders Johansson also left "a few months" after his brother Jens, primarily due to frustration with the group's new management.[11] The Rising Force group was rebuilt as an all-Swedish lineup, with new vocalist Göran Edman, bassist Svante Henryson, drummer Michael Von Knorring and keyboardist Mats Olausson, all of whom contributed to 1990's Eclipse.[12] Von Korring left after the album's release and was replaced by Pete Barnacle on tour,[13] before Bo Werner joined to record 1992's Fire & Ice.[14]

1992–2002[edit]

During 1992 and 1993, Malmsteen took a break due to the death of his manager, being dropped by Elektra Records, and his wrongful arrest.[15] He subsequently enlisted vocalist Michael Vescera, drummer Mike Terrana and bassist Barry Sparks to join Olausson in the Rising Force band.[16][17] B.J. Zampa replaced Terrana during the tour for The Seventh Sign,[18] before Shane Gaalaas took over later in the year.[19] Following the promotion of Magnum Opus in 1995, Malmsteen went on a temporary hiatus.[20] He returned the following year to release Inspiration, an album of cover versions featuring several former bandmates, including vocalists Soto, Boals and Turner.[21] Boals returned for the album's tour – which also featured Dunaway and drummer Tommy Aldridge – before Mats Levén took over at the end of 1996.[22]

Malmsteen enlisted Cozy Powell to perform drums on Facing the Animal in 1997.[23] The drummer was also scheduled to play on the next tour, but was forced to pull out in March 1998 after suffering a foot injury in a "minor motorcycle accident".[24] Powell later died in a car crash on April 5.[25] He was replaced for the touring cycle by Jonas Östman.[26] By 1999, the band included returning vocalist Boals and new drummer John Macaluso,[27][28] with Alchemy released before the end of the year.[29] Randy Coven took over from Dunaway for the album's touring cycle,[30] although bass on 2000's War to End All Wars was performed by Malmsteen.[31] By the time the album was released, however, Boals had left Malmsteen's band again.[32] Jørn Lande took his place, on the recommendation of his Ark bandmate Macaluso.

Lande only remained with Malmsteen until April 8, 2001, when he was involved in a backstage altercation which led to his departure.[33] Out of "loyalty" to his Ark bandmate, Macaluso also left the band following the event.[33] After it was initially reported that Soto would return to take over on vocals,[34] the spot was later filled by Boals.[35] It was also initially reported that Metal Symphony of Darkness drummer Ed Rock would replace Macaluso,[36] although this was quickly altered to be Cherry Poppin' Daddies drummer Tim Donahue.[37] After the conclusion of the tour, Malmsteen introduced a brand new lineup of his band: vocalist Doogie White, keyboardist Derek Sherinian, drummer Patrick Johansson and touring bassist Mick Cervino.[38] Attack!! was recorded and released as this lineup's only album the following year.[39]

2002 onwards[edit]

Touring for Attack!! began in December 2002 and featured Joakim Svalberg on keyboards.[40] Rudy Sarzo replaced Cervino in February 2004,[41] although by April he had left to join Dio's touring lineup.[42] Cervino returned to the band for the tour in promotion of 2005's Unleash the Fury.[43] Nick Z. Marino replaced Svalberg for a run of shows later in the year,[44] before Sherinian returned for US tour dates in 2006.[45] In February 2008, it was announced that White had parted ways with Malmsteen due to musical differences.[46] His replacement was quickly confirmed to be former Judas Priest and Iced Earth frontman Tim "Ripper" Owens.[47] Michael Troy and Bjorn Englen were subsequently announced as the replacements for Sherinian and Cervino, respectively.[48] Marino rejoined the band in 2009,[44] and in 2012 Englen was replaced by Ralph Ciavolino.[49] Leading up to the release of Spellbound, rumors began to circulate that Owens had left the band.[50] This was later confirmed by the singer, who was not featured on the album.[51]

Owens was not replaced – Malmsteen and Marino have handled lead vocal duties since his departure.[52] In 2015, Johansson left to join W.A.S.P.[53] Mark Ellis took his place and performed on Malmsteen's next studio album, World on Fire.[54] By 2018, Ellis had been replaced by Brian Wilson.[52]

Members[edit]

Current[edit]

Image Name Years active Instruments Release contributions
Yngwie Malmsteen 1.jpg
Yngwie Malmsteen 1984–present
  • guitars
  • vocals
  • bass
  • keyboards
  • synthesizers
all Yngwie Malmsteen releases
Nick Z Marino.jpeg
Nick Z. Marino
  • 2005 (touring)
  • 2009–present
  • keyboards
  • vocals
  • Relentless (2010)
  • Spellbound Live in Tampa (2014)
  • World on Fire (2016)
Ralph Ciavolino 2012–present (touring only)
  • bass
  • backing vocals
Spellbound Live in Tampa (2014)
Brian Wilson 2018–present drums none to date

Former[edit]

Image Name Years active Instruments Release contributions
Jens Johansson - Ilosaarirock 2009.jpg
Jens Johansson 1984–1989 keyboards
Jeff Scott Soto acoustic radio performance.jpg
Jeff Scott Soto
  • 1984–1985
  • 1986–1987
  • 1996–1997
vocals
Barriemore Barlow 1984 drums Rising Force (1984)
Anders Johansson 6.jpg
Anders Johansson 1984–1989
  • all Yngwie Malmsteen releases from Marching Out (1985) to Trial by Fire: Live in Leningrad (1989)
  • Inspiration (1996)
Marcel Jacob promo 01.jpg
Marcel Jacob 1984–1985
(died 2009)
bass
  • Marching Out (1985)
  • Inspiration (1996)
Wally Voss 1985–1987
(touring only)
(died 1992)
none
Mark Boals with Royal Hunt in 2008.jpg
Mark Boals
  • 1985–1986
  • 1996 (touring)
  • 1999–2000
  • 2001 (touring)
vocals
Mark Weitz 1987 none
JLTurner.jpg
Joe Lynn Turner 1987–1989
  • Odyssey (1988)
  • Trial by Fire: Live in Leningrad (1989)
  • Inspiration (1996)
Barry Dunaway
  • 1987–1989
  • 1992 (touring)
  • 1996–1999
  • bass
  • backing vocals
Mats Olausson 1989–2001
(died 2015)
  • keyboards
  • backing vocals
Göran Edman 1989–1992 vocals
Svantehenrysson2.jpg
Svante Henryson
  • bass
  • backing vocals
  • contrabass
  • cello
Michael Von Knorring 1989–1990 drums
  • Eclipse (1990)
  • Fire & Ice (1992) – one track only
Pete Barnacle 1990 (touring only) none
Bo Werner 1990–1992
  • drums
  • backing vocals
Fire & Ice (1992)
Michael Vescera Barcelona.jpg
Michael Vescera 1993–1996 vocals
Barry Sparks
  • bass
  • backing vocals
  • I Can't Wait (1994)
  • Magnum Opus (1995)
Mike Terrana.jpg
Mike Terrana 1993–1994
  • drums
  • backing vocals
  • The Seventh Sign (1994)
  • I Can't Wait (1994)
B.J. Zampa 1994 (touring only) drums none
Shane Gaalaas 1994–1996 Magnum Opus (1995)
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Tommy Aldridge 1996 (touring only) none
Hammer of Doom X Würzburg Candlemass 9.jpg
Mats Levén 1996–1999 vocals
  • Facing the Animal (1997)
  • Double Live! (1998)
Cozy Powell 1997–1998
(died 1998)
drums Facing the Animal
Jonas Östman 1998 (touring only) Double Live! (1998)
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John Macaluso 1999–2001
  • Alchemy (1999)
  • War to End All Wars (2000)
Randy Coven (Bassist).jpg
Randy Coven 1999–2001
(touring only)
(died 2015)
bass Live in Korea (2009)
Metalmania 2007 - Jørn Lande 05.jpg
Jørn Lande 2000–2001
(touring only)
vocals none
Tim Donahue 2001 (touring only) drums Live in Korea (2009)
Patrick Johansson of Spelled Moon.jpg
Patrick Johansson 2001–2015
Doogiewhite.jpeg
Doogie White 2001–2008 vocals
  • Attack!! (2002)
  • Unleash the Fury (2005)
Mick Cervino
  • 2001–2004
  • 2005–2007
    (touring only)
bass G3: Rockin' in the Free World (2004)
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Derek Sherinian
  • 2001–2002
  • 2006–2007
keyboards
  • Attack!! (2002)
  • Perpetual Flame (2008)
14-06-08_RiP_Opeth_Joakim_Svalberg.JPG
Joakim Svalberg 2002–2005
  • G3: Rockin' in the Free World (2004)
  • Unleash the Fury (2005)
RudySarzo.jpg
Rudy Sarzo 2004 (touring only) bass none
Dio Disciples Ripper Owens (38005468).jpeg
Tim "Ripper" Owens 2008–2012 vocals
  • Perpetual Flame (2008)
  • Relentless (2010)
Michael Troy 2008–2009 keyboards Angels of Love (2009)
Bjorn Englen 2008–2012 (touring only) bass none
Mark Ellis 2015–2018
  • drums
  • percussion
World on Fire (2016)

Timeline[edit]

Lineups[edit]

Period Members Releases
Early 1984
1984–1985
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Jeff Scott Soto – vocals
  • Jens Johansson – keyboards
  • Marcel Jacob – bass
  • Anders Johansson – drums
1985–1986
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, synthesizers
  • Mark Boals – vocals
  • Jens Johansson – keyboards
  • Wally Voss – bass (touring only)
  • Anders Johansson – drums
1986–1987
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, synthesizers
  • Jeff Scott Soto – vocals
  • Jens Johansson – keyboards
  • Wally Voss – bass (touring only)
  • Anders Johansson – drums
none
1987
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, synthesizers
  • Joe Lynn Turner – vocals
  • Jens Johansson – keyboards
  • Wally Voss – bass (touring only)
  • Anders Johansson – drums
1987–1989
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Joe Lynn Turner – vocals
  • Jens Johansson – keyboards
  • Barry Dunaway – bass, backing vocals
  • Anders Johansson – drums
1989–1990
1990
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Göran Edman – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Svante Henryson – bass, backing vocals
  • Pete Barnacle – drums (touring only)
none
1990–1992
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Göran Edman – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Svante Henryson – bass, backing vocals
  • Bo Werner – drums
  • Fire & Ice (1992)
Malmsteen on hiatus 1992 – 1993
1993–1994
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, synthesizers
  • Michael Vescera – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Sparks – bass, backing vocals (touring only)
  • Mike Terrana – drums, backing vocals
1994
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, synthesizers
  • Michael Vescera – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Sparks – bass, backing vocals (touring only)
  • B.J. Zampa – drums (touring only)
none
1994–1996
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Michael Vescera – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Sparks – bass, backing vocals
  • Shane Gaalaas – drums
1996
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mark Boals – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Dunaway – bass
  • Tommy Aldridge – drums (touring only)
none
1996–1997
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mats Levén – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Dunaway – bass
none
1997–1998
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mats Levén – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Dunaway – bass
  • Cozy Powell – drums
1998
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mats Levén – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Dunaway – bass
  • Jonas Östman – drums (touring only)
1999
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mark Boals – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Barry Dunaway – bass
  • John Macaluso – drums
1999–2000
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Mark Boals – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Randy Coven – bass (touring only)
  • John Macaluso – drums
2000–2001
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Jørn Lande – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Randy Coven – bass (touring only)
  • John Macaluso – drums
none
2001
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Mark Boals – vocals
  • Mats Olausson – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Randy Coven – bass (touring only)
  • Tim Donahue – drums (touring only)
  • Live in Korea (2009)
2001–2002
2002–2004
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Joakim Svalberg – keyboards
  • Mick Cervino – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
2004
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Joakim Svalberg – keyboards
  • Rudy Sarzo – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
none
2004–2005
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Joakim Svalberg – keyboards
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
2005
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Joakim Svalberg – keyboards
  • Mick Cervino – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
none
2005
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards
  • Mick Cervino – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
none
2006–2007
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Doogie White – vocals
  • Derek Sherinian – keyboards
  • Mick Cervino – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
2008–2009
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Tim "Ripper" Owens – vocals
  • Michael Troy – keyboards
  • Bjorn Englen – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
  • Perpetual Flame (2008) – vocals only
  • Angels of Love (2009) – Malmsteen and Troy only
2009–2012
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Tim "Ripper" Owens – vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards
  • Bjorn Englen – bass (touring only)
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
2012
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, bass, vocals
  • Tim "Ripper" Owens – vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards
  • Ralph Ciavolino – bass
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
none
2012–2015
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards, vocals
  • Ralph Ciavolino – bass, vocals
  • Patrick Johansson – drums
  • Spellbound Live in Tampa (2014)
2015–2018
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards, vocals
  • Ralph Ciavolino – bass, vocals
  • Mark Ellis – drums
  • World on Fire (2016)
2018–present
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – guitars, synthesizers, vocals
  • Nick Z. Marino – keyboards, vocals
  • Ralph Ciavolino – bass, vocals
  • Brian Wilson – drums
none

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