Scarecrow (band)

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OriginNew York City, USA
GenresHeavy metal
Years active1989–present
LabelsSpectra Records, Redlight Records, Pavement Music
Associated actsDirty Looks, Jack Starr's Burning Starr, Twisted Sister, Meat Loaf, Queen, Swift Kick, Danger Danger, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Britny Fox
MembersJohn Blaze
John Miceli
George Cintron
Danny Miranda
Past membersJames Harris (author/musician)
Eddie Ojeda
Rickie Panzica
Jimmy Quinn
Bobby Marks
T. J. Jordan
Rex Lengyel
David Leitner
Billy Childs

Scarecrow is an American heavy metal band from New York City, formed in 1989.[1] The band was founded by John Blaze and former Twisted Sister guitarist Eddie Ojeda[2] and enjoyed limited success in the USA during the explosion of hair metal in the late '80s. Scarecrow released five studio albums to date.



  • Scarecrow (1992)
  • A Touch of Madness (1995)
  • Sins of a Scarecrow (1999)
  • Blood, Sweat and 20 Years (2012)
  • I Am Scarecrow (2014)


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