This Biography is about one of the best Rock Singer Warren Zevon including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Warren Zevon|
|Real Name||Warren Zevon|
|Profession||Hard Rock Singers, Rock Singers, Lyricists & Songwriters, Pianists, Guitarists|
|Nick Name||Warren William Zevon|
|Famous as||Rock Singer-songwriter|
|Personal life of Warren Zevon|
|Born on||24 January 1947|
|Died At Age||56|
|Died on||07 September 2003|
|Family Background of Warren Zevon|
|Spouses/Partners||Tule Livingston Dillow, Crystal Ann Brelsford|
|Personal Fact of Warren Zevon|
Warren William Zevon was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician. His unstable childhood as the son of a gangster affected him a lot in his later life. He was known for the dark and somewhat bizarre sense of humor in his lyrics and added a mature but cynical edge to the era of New-Wave music. His bestselling album ‘Excitable Boy’ reached Billboard’s Top Ten and produced the hit single ‘Werewolves of London’.
He was friends with many of California’s milder rockers; among them Fleetwood Mac, Jackson Browne, and The Eagles. He spent a few years working as a pianist for the Everly Brothers. In his self-titled second album ‘Warren Zevon’, he penned singles such as ‘Poor, Poor Pitiful Me’ and, ‘I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead’. Two other superlative albums,’Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School’ and ‘The Envoy’ were critically acclaimed, but had dismal sales.
He relapsed into alcohol and it would be five years before he resolved his personal problems and put out another record. With the release of Life’ll Kill Ya, he regained top form. He died of lung cancer just two weeks after the release of his final album ‘The Wind’. Zevon’s work has often been praised by well-known musicians, including Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young.
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