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John Nitzinger Net Worth

John Nitzinger Net Worth is
$1.2 Million

John Nitzinger Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John Nitzinger (Nit-Zinger) is a Fort Worth, Texas guitarist and songwriter. In the early 1970s, Nitzinger helped pen songs on five albums for the Fort Worth band Bloodrock. [1] When Bloodrock 2 went Gold, Nitzinger signed a contract with Capitol Records and his first album, the self-titled Nitzinger, was released in early 1972. In 1973, his second Capitol album One Foot in History was issued. In 1976, a 20th Century Records album titled Live Better Electrically was issued. In 1980, Nitzinger formed the band PM with Carl Palmer, formerly of Emerson, Lake & Palmer and others, which released a single album, One P.M, on Ariola Records.[2] In 1981, he joined Alice Cooper on the Special Forces tour, and plays on that album. He co-wrote Cooper's Zipper Catches Skin album. After coming off the road, he made a comeback after winning battles with health issues and today he delivers his message of clean life choices to hospitals, schools and prisons. He has since released a compilation of his greatest hits, Fingers In The Fan and the album, Didja Miss Me. In 2006, he released the album, Kiss Of The Mudman on his independent label, JTH Productions. In 2010, the album was picked up by SPV Records in Europe and released worldwide. He continues to crank out new songs and in 2012 completed two new albums, Bloodrock 2013 with Bloodrock lead singer, Jim Rutledge and Revenge with former lead singer of AC/DC, Dave Evans. He is currently booking shows, creating new projects and continues to teach music lessons, workshops and Rock Camps on the East Side of Fort Worth, Texas. http://graphikdesigns.free.fr/alice_cooper_french_tv.html]John Nitzinger was the opening act for B.B. King on April 7, 1975 at the Longhorn Ballroom, Dallas, TX.
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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Alice Cooper in Paris1982TV MovieGuitarist (as John Raymond Nitzinger Jr.)

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Teen a Go Go: A Little Film About Rock and Roll History2012Video documentaryHimself

Known for movies


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