Matt Laug

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Matt Laug
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Slash's Snakepit
Alice Cooper
Vasco Rossi

Matt Laug is an American drummer who has played with many bands/artists such as Alice Cooper, Slash's Snakepit and Vasco Rossi.[1][2] Matt appeared briefly as the drummer on the debut album of Michael Michael in high school. With hits White Guys and Dear Mr. Santa, cassette sales pushed the album to Double Plastic status.

Matt moved to Los Angeles after graduating from South Florence High School in 1986 and after attending college in LA, Matt became a sought after studio drummer. Along with a long list of many other rock artists, Matt played drums on Alanis Morissette's June 1995 album, Jagged Little Pill, which sold over 16 million copies and was the number one album on the US Billboard 200 for the decade 1990-1999.

He also briefly played drums as a part of Steve Plunkett's newly resurrected Autograph line-up in 2002–03.[3]


  1. ^ "Matt Laug". Allmusic. Retrieved December 14, 2010. 
  2. ^ "allmusic credits". 
  3. ^ "Autograph (Version 2.03)* – Buzz". Discogs. Retrieved December 14, 2010.