Greg Shaw Net Worth

Greg Shaw Net Worth is
$19 Million

Greg Shaw Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Greg Shaw (January 1949 – October 19, 2004) was a Los Angeles-based fanzine publisher, music historian and record label owner. He grew up near San Francisco, California.It was as a young teenager that he started writing about rock and roll music. His first zines were Tolkien related, but among them was also a mimeographed sheet called Mojo Navigator (full title, "Mojo-Navigator Rock and Roll News") started in 1966 by David Harris with Greg's help, and is said to have been an early inspiration for Rolling Stone magazine. In the 1970s he moved to Los Angeles with wife and partner Suzy Shaw and started another fanzine, called Who Put the Bomp, popularly known as simply Bomp!, or Bomp magazine. Greg's writing appeared in Bomp!, of which he was editor and publisher, as well as Creem, Phonograph Record Magazine, and occasionally, Rolling Stone. He also wrote a book about Elton John while on staff as a writer for United Artists records. Bomp featured many writers who would later become prominent, including Lester Bangs, Greil Marcus, Richard Meltzer, and Ken Barnes.During the 1970s, Greg worked for Sire Records, and was instrumental in the signing of The Flamin' Groovies, a band that he also managed for a couple of years. In 1974 Bomp! became a record label, and Greg released records by Devo, The Weirdos, Iggy Pop and worked with several artists including Stiv Bators and the Dead Boys. He signed, and distributed, power pop and new wave acts such as Shoes, The Nerves, The Plimsouls and The Romantics. Bomp! Records was a LA record store for a couple of years, as well as one of the first independent distributors in the U.S.In the 1980s, Greg Shaw helped launch the garage revival scene with bands such as The Miracle Workers and The Pandoras. He also released music by Spacemen 3 and The Brian Jonestown Massacre in the mid to late-1990s, and appears in the Sundance award-winning documentary Dig!. In 1994, he associated with Patrick Boissel's Alive Records, a label with music by The Black Keys, Two Gallants (band), Soledad Brothers, Black Diamond Heavies, Brian Olive, Thomas Function, and many other artists.In addition, Greg was known as a record collector, archivist, and historian, and started the "Pebbles" series in the early-1980s, a project inspired by Lenny Kaye's 1972 Nuggets reissue.Greg Shaw died of heart failure in Los Angeles at the age of 55.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of Birth1949-01-01
ProfessionProduction Designer, Visual Effects, Art Director

Production Designer

The Last Photograph2017post-production
Two Doors Down2016TV Series 11 episodes
Don't Hang Up2016
The Chamber2016co-production designer
Not Safe for Work2015TV Series 6 episodes
Friday Download2011-2014TV Series 21 episodes
Ill Manors2012
Pixelface2011-2012TV Series 26 episodes
Sorry, I've Got No Head2008-2011TV Series 39 episodes
Summer in TransylvaniaTV Series 10 episodes, 2010 series production designer - 10 episodes, 2011
Clone2008TV Series 6 episodes
Secret Diary of a Call Girl2007TV Series 8 episodes
Comedy Showcase2007TV Series 1 episode
Wedding Belles2007TV Movie
Blunder2006TV Series 6 episodes
Little Miss Jocelyn2006TV Series 6 episodes
Murphy's Law2005TV Series 6 episodes
Fur TV2004TV Movie
The Cicerones2002Short
Dog Eat Dog2001
Uncut Funk1999TV Series 1999
Green Monkey1998Short
Comedy Lab1998TV Series 1 episode

Visual Effects

Pixelface2011-2012TV Series titles - 26 episodes

Art Director

Inside the Mind of Leonardo2013TV Movie documentary
The Number One Girl2006Video
Little Britain2005TV Series 6 episodes
Auf Wiedersehen, Pet2004TV Series 2 episodes
Noah & Saskia2004TV Series 1 episode
Danny Miles Is Leaving Home1998Short

Art Department

Blow Dry2001art department graphics
Dead London1996Short assistant art director

Special Effects

Al-Ghazali: The Alchemist of Happiness2004Documentary special effects

Camera Department

The Muppet Christmas Carol1992video assist trainee


Pixelface2011TV Series titles - 1 episode

Known for movies

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