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Name  Bobby Steele
Role  Musician
Spouse  Diana Steele

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Music groups  Misfits (1978 – 1980), The Undead
Albums  Dawn of the Undead, Act Your Rage, Beware, Times Square, 9 Toes Later
Similar People  Franche Coma, Joey Image, Jerry Only, Arthur Googy, Dr Chud

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Bobby Steele (born March 18, 1956) is an American punk rock musician. He is the current guitar player, songwriter, and sole original member of punk band The Undead. He has been a member of multiple other bands, most notably, as the second guitarist of The Misfits. He was replaced by Doyle. He married Diana Viar who joined The Undead in November 2014. They are both in the band RIP that started in 2013.

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Career

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Steele grew up in New Milford, New Jersey and lived there until 1978, when he moved into Manhattan. The house he had lived in later became the base for Post Mortem records, a label he founded.

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Steele was the guitarist for Parrotox, Slash and The Whorelords before joining The Misfits in 1978. While with The Misfits, he performed on the Horror Business, Night of the Living Dead and 3 Hits from Hell EPs and his playing can also be heard on the Beware and Halloween EPs as well as the "missing" Misfits album 12 Hits from Hell. After being replaced in October 1980 by Jerry Only's younger brother Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, Steele formed The Undead with Chris Natz and Patrick Blanck. The band released their debut EP, 9 Toes Later, in 1982, which Glenn Danzig helped finance. The Undead have undergone many personnel changes throughout the years and today, Steele is the only remaining original member and chief songwriter of the band.

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He has also played with Sloppy Seconds, Times Square, The Migraines, and The Graveyard School.

The Misfits

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  • Horror Business (1979) – EP
  • Night of the Living Dead (1979) – single
  • Beware (1980) – EP
  • 3 Hits from Hell (1981) – EP
  • Halloween (1981) – single
  • 12 Hits from Hell (2001) – LP
  • Albums

  • Never Say Die (1986) – LP
  • Never Say Die (1987) – cassette
  • Act Your Rage (1989) – LP, cassette
  • Dawn Of The Undead (1991) – LP
  • Dawn Of The Undead (1991) – CD, cassette
  • Live Slayer (1992) – LP, CD, cassette
  • The Undead (1995) – cassette
  • Til Death (1998) – LP, CD
  • Dawn of the Undead (Remastered) (2006) – CD
  • Still The Undead After All These Years (2007) – CD, LP
  • The Morgue The Merrier (2015)- CD, LP
  • EPs

  • 9 Toes Later (1982) – 7" EP
  • Times Square (2000) – split 7" EP
  • Third World U S A (2002) 4-song EP
  • Rockn'Roll Whore (2002) 4-song EP
  • Be My Ghoul Tonight (2003) 4-song EP
  • Singles

  • Verbal Abuse (1983) – 7" single
  • Never Say Die (1985) – 7" single
  • Invisible Man (1992) – 7" single
  • Evening Of Desire (1992) – 12" single
  • There's A Riot In Tompkins Square (1993) – 7" single
  • References

    Bobby Steele Wikipedia


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