Rex Brown Of Pantera , Down , Kill Devil Hill Photo Shoot

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Rex Brown

2015

11-20-2015 Antioch Tennessee 

 

8-12-2015 Nashville Tn

 

8-13-2015 Nashville, Tn 

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Bio

As one of the founding members of PanteraRex  is an influential figure in hard rock and metal.  born on July 27, 1964 in Graham, Texas. His first instrument was piano, and  learned to play ragtime tunes from his grandmother.   in  his teenage years, he discovered hard rock, becoming a   fan of ZZ TopDef LeppardLed Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath. at 12, he began learning to play bass  , and played in his high school’s jazz band with    Vinnie Abbott. In 1982, Brown and Abbott joined forces with Vinnie‘s brother Darrell Abbott and vocalist Terry Glaze to form a heavy metal band called Pantera. It wasn’t until 1990 that Pantera enjoyed a commercial breakthrough with their first major-label album, Cowboys from Hell, by which time Phil Anselmo had become the band’s lead singer, the Abbott brothers adopted the stage names Vinnie Paul and Dimebag Darrell, and Brown began using his own name after being billed as Rex Rocker on the group’s early independent LPs. Brown would record four studio albums with Pantera following their emergence on the national stage before the group broke up after the release of Reinventing the Steel in 2000.

In 1998, during downtime from PanteraBrown played bass on the album Boggy Depot by Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell, and he would later reunite with Pantera vocalist Anselmo in the group Down, appearing on the albums Down II (A Bustle in Your Hedgerow) (2002) and Down III: Over the Under (2007) before parting ways with the group. In 2004, Brown served as producer and instrumentalist on Crowbar‘s album Life’s Blood for the Downtrodden, and in 2006, material Brown recorded with Dimebag DarrellVinnie Paul, and outlaw country legend David Allan Coe between 1999 and 2003 saw belated release under the title Rebel Meets Rebel. In 2008, Brown guested on the album Inflikted by Cavalera Conspiracy, led by former Soulflyand Sepultura vocalist Max CavaleraBrown next co-founded the band Kill Devil Hill, who released their self-titled debut album in 2012. In 2017, after a recording career that had already lasted over three decades, Brown released his first solo album, Smoke on This…, which found him playing guitar as well as bass.