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Dennis Danell Net Worth

Dennis Danell Net Worth is
$1.3 Million

Dennis Danell Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Dennis Eric Danell (June 24, 1961 – February 29, 2000) was the founding guitarist for the Southern California punk rock band Social Distortion.Danell formed Social Distortion in 1979 with frontman Mike Ness while attending high school together. Originally the group's bassist, Danell switched to guitar after some band defections, and helped define the group's signature jangle on such albums as Mommy's Little Monster (1983), Prison Bound (1988), Social Distortion (1990) and White Light, White Heat, White Trash (1996). He remained the guitarist for the band until his death, from an apparent brain aneurysm (Mike Ness stated on the DVD commentary of Another State of Mind that Dennis died from a heart condition), at his Costa Mesa, California home at the age of 38, while in the process of moving to his new home in Newport Beach."I am saddened beyond any possible form of expression," Ness said in a statement. "Dennis and I have been friends since boyhood, starting Social Distortion together while we were in high school. My deepest regrets to his family."After Social Distortion went on hiatus following the release of Live at the Roxy in 1998, Danell produced numerous local bands at the group's recording studio, Casbah, in Fullerton, California. His production credits included Fanmail (BEC Records), Value Pac (Four Door Entertainment), Fraidy Cats (Bulletproof Records), The Deluxtone Rockets (Tooth & Nail Records), and Rock Star Barbecue, the debut artist on Danell's new independent label, Masterpiece Records. By 2000, Danell was quickly becoming a much sought-after producer in the Orange County area.Danell also started a new side band called Strung Gurus, with Michael Knott of the Orange County band, Aunt Betty's (formerly on Elektra). Danell produced, co-wrote and played guitar for them, whilst working on their first full length album. The Strung Gurus debut, to be the second release on Masterpiece Records, was nearly completed.In an interview for the Strung Gurus promotional bio, Danell had said, "I am very excited about Strung Gurus because the music is high energy and commercial, but it does not sound like Social Distortion. The new band allows me to stretch as a songwriter and producer by tackling a sound outside my comfort zone." Rough mixes of four Strung Gurus songs were already in limited circulation and had started a buzz among fans and local journalists impressed with Danell's versatility and writing abilities.
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Date Of BirthJune 24, 1961
Died2000-02-29
ProfessionSoundtrack
SpouseChristie Danell
ChildrenJames Duke Danell, Ruby Danell
Star SignCancer
#Fact
1He appears on Social Distortion's first five studio albums. Those albums are called "Mommy's Little Monster", "Prison Bound", "Self-Titled", "Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell" and "White Light, White Heat, White Trash".
2Original guitarist of the seminal punk rock band Social Distortion. He remained with the band until his death and is replaced by their current guitarist Jonny "2 Bags" Wickersham.
3Collapsed in the driveway of his brand new home in Newport Beach, California. Pronounced dead at Hoag Memorial Hospital at 10:29 am.

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Du-beat-e-o1984writer: "Hour Of Darkness", "Creeps", "It's Not A Pretty Picture"

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
American Hardcore2006Documentary in memory of

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Another State of Mind1984DocumentaryHimself

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