Vinnie Dombroski

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Vinnie Dombroski
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Performing with The Orbitsuns at the 6th Annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival in Eastern Market, Detroit on October 24, 2014
Background information
Birth nameMark Dombrowski[1]
Also known asVin Dombroski
Vinnie Dombrowski
Vin E.
Vinnie D'Cobra
Born (1962-12-04) December 4, 1962 (age 56)
OriginDetroit, Michigan, US
GenresAlternative rock
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter, producer
InstrumentsVocals, drums, guitar
Years active'80s-present
LabelsSony, Beyond, Idol, Bellum
Associated actsSponge, Plain Vu, The Orbitsuns, Crud, Spys4Darwin, Maypops, Sharecroppers of Soul, Loudhouse, Spyder, KAOS, The Void

Mark "Vinnie" Dombroski (born December 4, 1962)[2] is an American musician best known as the lead vocalist and main songwriter for the alternative rock band Sponge. He has also fronted various Detroit-based bands throughout his career.

Dombroski was a special guest star to appear on the simultaneously aired show Space Ghost Coast to Coast.

Associated Acts[edit]

Sponge[edit]

Year Title Label Certifications
1994 Rotting Piñata Sony Music
1996 Wax Ecstatic
1999 New Pop Sunday Beyond/BMG
2003 For All the Drugs in the World Idol
2005 The Man
2007 Galore Galore Bellum
2013 Stop the Bleeding Three One Three Records
2016 The Beer Sessions Three One Three Records

Plain Vu[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "An Angel Drank My Whiskey"
  • "The Leaving"

The Orbitsuns[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • X's Over My Eyes (2015)
  • Give The Orbitsuns What They Want (2012)
  • First Drink of the Day (2010)
  • The Orbitsuns vs. The Bottle: Live at the New Dodge (2008)
  • Redneck Disco Revisited (2008)
  • Dollars and Dice (2006)

Singles[edit]

  • "Las Vegas is the Reason"

Crud[edit]

  • Crud on Monster Island (2010)
  • Devil at the Wheel (2005)

Spys4Darwin[edit]

  • microfish (2001)

Maypops[edit]

  • Spirits of Agnew (2000)

Sharecroppers of Soul[edit]

  • Sharecroppers of Soul (1996)

Loudhouse[edit]

  • For Crying Out Loud (1991)

References[edit]