Dave Navarro Bio, Age, Wife, Music Groups, Songs, Guitar, SOA


Dave Navarro Biography

David Michael Navarro famously known as Dave Navarro is an American guitarist, songwriter, presenter, and actor. He was born on June 7th, 1967 in Santa Monica, California.

He was born to James Raul Navarro and Constance Colleen Hopkins. His parents were Immigrants from Mexico. He went to Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California and he was a member of the marching band together with Stephen Perkings. His mother was killed in 1983 by her ex-boyfriend, John Riccardi. He released a documentary, Mourning Son, which details the murder of his mother and his addiction to drugs.

Dave Navarro Age

He was born on June 7th, 1967 in Santa Monica, California. He is 51 years old as of 2018.

Dave Navarro Wife | Dave Navarro Rhian Gittins

Navarro has been in 3 different marriages. First, he was married to Tania Goddard-Saylor, a makeup artist, from June 1990 and divorced in 1992. He then married Rhian Gittins on October 15th, 1994 but the marriage was annulled on October 20th, 1994. He finally got married to model and actress, Carmen Electra on November 22nd, 2003 and got divorced on February 20th, 2007.

Dave Navarro

Dave Navarro

Dave Navarro Ethnicity

He is American though his parents are of Mexican descent.

Dave Navarro Band | Dave Navarro Music Groups

He has been in the following music groups;

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers 1993-1998
  • Jane’s Addiction since 1986
  • Camp Freddy since 2002
  • Deconstruction
  • Spirits in the Sky

Dave Navarro Guitar

Dave Navarro Guitar

Dave Navarro Guitar

Dave Navarro Career

Navarro joined the band Jane’s Addiction in 1986 as the lead guitarist after he was prescribed to vocalist Perry Farrell by drummer Stephen Perkins, who was a beloved companion of Navarro’s.

The band ended up fruitful and was well known in the option shake music scene. Throughout the following five years, Jane’s Addiction discharged three collections, Jane’s Addiction (1987), Nothing’s Shocking (1988) and Ritual de lo Habitual (1990). Individual strains, be that as it may, prompted their separation in 1991. The Lollapalooza celebration was made by Farrell as a goodbye visit for Jane’s Addiction.

After the takeoff of Guns N’ Roses’ unique cadence guitarist Izzy Stradlin in August 1991, Navarro was the main decision of lead vocalist Axl Rose to supplant Stradlin; in spite of four endeavors to have him come in and play with Slash, he never appeared.

Notwithstanding, he later proceeded to play on the 1999 Guns N’ Roses tune “Goodness My God”, which was included at the End of Days soundtrack. In 1993, Navarro framed Deconstruction with Jane’s Addiction’s Eric Avery on vocals and bass and Michael Murphy on drums. The band put out one self-titled collection in 1994. Rick Rubin was associated with the creation and Butthole Surfers artist Gibby Haynes shows up. They didn’t visit because of Avery’s weariness after Jane’s Addiction.

Navarro joined Red Hot Chili Peppers in September 1993. His first enormous scale execution with the band was at Woodstock ’94. The main collection on which Navarro played with Red Hot Chili Peppers, One Hot Minute, was discharged in 1995.

The band later recorded and discharged a front of the Ohio Players’ tune “Love Rollercoaster” for the Beavis and Butthead Do America soundtrack, which was discharged as a solitary.

The band likewise contributed the John Lennon melody “I Found Out” to the Working Class Hero: A Tribute to John Lennon collection, just as the One Hot Minute outtake “Despairing Mechanics” to the Twister soundtrack. In 1995, Navarro played guitar for Alanis Morissette’s track “You Oughta Know” on one of the 1990s’ best collections, Jagged Little Pill.

In spite of blended surveys, One Hot Minute sold more than 8,000,000 duplicates worldwide and delivered three hit singles. Navarro visited with Jane’s Addiction for their 1997 Relapse visit with Flea on bass. Following two years of visiting on and off with Red Hot Chili Peppers, and his resulting heroin backslide, Navarro was terminated in 1998 over “innovative contrasts.” Navarro additionally remixed Janet Jackson’s “What’ll I Do” for her Janet Remixed collection in this time.

The collection, Trust No One, denoted his performance debut in the mid-year of 2001 for Capitol Records. The band gathered for the going with US visit comprised of Navarro, guitarist Dave Kushner, bassist Miiko Watanabe, and drummer Angel Roché, Jr.

In 2002, Jane’s Addiction improved with bass player Chris Chaney and began to take a shot at another collection. The band entered the studio with veteran shake maker Bob Ezrin, bringing about the collection Strays and the Lollapalooza 2003 visit on the side of the collection.

In 2002, Michael Jackson performed at the Apollo Theater, and Navarro played guitar for his hit tune “Dark or White”. During this time Navarro additionally made an appearance in Mariah Carey’s “Bringin’ on the Heartbreak” music video.

Navarro started working with Camp Freddy during this time. In 2003, he and his life partner, Carmen Electra, consented to have their wedding arrangements taped for an MTV show titled Til Death Do Us Part; Camp Freddy played at the gathering. The show was an extraordinary achievement and was discharged on DVD in the fall of 2005. Navarro’s book, Don’t Try This at Home, was discharged on October 5, 2004, with Regan books, and rapidly turned into a Los Angeles Times hit.

Navarro showed up in two competitions on Celebrity Poker Showdown in 2004. In the third competition of the arrangement, he won his passing game and showed up in the title round. In the fourth arrangement, he showed up just in a passing round.

Navarro co-facilitated with Brooke Burke, two periods of the Mark Burnett TV arrangement: Rock Star: INXS and Rock Star: Supernova. Dave and his band, The Panic Channel, discharged their collection One, in August 2006. They visited with Rock Star Supernova (the band-shaped from the arrangement) in January/February 2007.

During this period, Navarro had his very own web radio station. He before long expanded his innovativeness with a web television show called: Dave Navarro’s SPREAD TV, which was gushed on ManiaTV.com and was made accessible for download on iTunes. The show featured vanguard subjects, masterfulness, and the human condition. Recordings from the arrangement are additionally accessible on Navarro’s YouTube channel.

In 2007, Navarro likewise cooperated with Teravision to coordinate his first grown-up film, Broken featuring Sasha Gray, in the first of an arranged arrangement of big-name coordinated grown-up motion pictures. This exertion won “Best High-End All-Sex Release” at the 2008 AVN Awards.

Navarro showed up in Season 1 and Season 2 of Z Rock with Brooklyn-put together band ZO2 with respect to IFC. In 2008, he recorded extra riffs for the variant of “Dark Cat” performed on Janet Jackson’s Rock Witchu Tour, showing up on screens during the version.

Jane’s Addiction rejoined again in 2008 with the majority of the first individuals. The wild band’s get-together affected NME magazine to pick Jane’s Addiction as the beneficiary of their “Supernatural Genius Award for Services to Music”.

Not long after subsequent to performing together without precedent for a long time at the NME Award function in Los Angeles, the band was reached by Trent Reznor. Trent started working with Jane’s Addiction in his studio; they recorded and discharged two tunes (“Chip Away” and “Prostitutes”) online on the NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler.

The two melodies were recently discharged on their self-titled 1987 Live collection. This time together in the studio drove straightforwardly to the matching of Nine Inch Nails and Jane’s Addiction for an overall visit in 2009. The visit was marked the NIN/JA visit by fans.

During August 2009, Navarro visited southern California as a major aspect of the Billy Corgan-drove band Spirits in the Sky. In 2010, he presented stripped for PETA’s enemy of hiding crusade, “Ink Not Mink”. He stripped down again for the gathering’s enemy of creature testing effort in 2013.

In 2011, Navarro showed up as the ‘Chief’ of a Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, playing a muddled section for a ‘camper’ to copy, in business for Citibank. Navarro highlighted on the track “Young ladies/Fast Cars” on the collection The Wombats Proudly Present: This Modern Glitch. by independent musical crew The Wombats.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers were named 2012 inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Notwithstanding being in the band for a long time and playing on one collection, Navarro was not drafted. At the point when the declaration was made of the enlistment, Navarro said he was glad for the band yet later said he had no designs to go to the service, which was held on April 2012.

Anthony Kiedis was inquired as to why Navarro was excluded in the acceptance and he reacted by saying “He’s in this other band, which may, in reality, be enlisted itself one day, called Jane’s Addiction. I feel that is the band nearest to his heart, and that most speak to his commitment to the world regarding music.

So perhaps it bodes well for him to be drafted one day as an individual from Jane’s Addiction.” According to the Hall of Fame and the Chili Peppers’ attorney, it is the Hall of Fame’s choice on which individuals are enlisted. They in the end chosen unique individuals, current individuals and the individuals who have shown up on numerous collections.

Ex-Peppers guitarist, Jack Sherman differ and felt that both he and Navarro were being dealt with unjustifiably by the band, and accepted they had a state in who was drafted. Chad Smith was the main band part to recognize both Navarro and Sherman (alongside other previous individuals) during his acceptance discourse.

Navarro showed up in four scenes of the FX dramatization Sons of Anarchy in 2012 and showed up as a visitor on a scene of Talking Dead. In February 2013 he had a visitor job in Law and Order: SVU, playing a sound designer.

Dave Navarro Songs


  • 1995 Remorse
  • 2001 Trust No One
  • “Rexall”: U.S. Modern Rock Tracks #12, U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks #9
  • “Hungry”: U.S. Modern Rock Tracks #24, U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks #38

With Jane’s Addiction

  • 1987 Jane’s Addiction
  • 1988 Nothing’s Shocking
  • 1990 Ritual de lo Habitual
  • 1997 Kettle Whistle
  • 2003 Strays
  • 2006 Up from the Catacombs – The Best of (Greatest hits album)
  • 2009 A Cabinet of Curiosities (Box set)
  • 2011 The Great Escape Artist
  • With Deconstruction
  • 1994 Deconstruction

With Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • 1995 One Hot Minute
  • 1995 Working Class Hero: A Tribute to John Lennon (“I Found Out” only)
  • 1996 Beavis and Butt-head Do America (“Love Rollercoaster” only)
  • 2003 Greatest Hits (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
  • 2011 Road Trippin’ Through Time
  • 2012 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Covers EP

With Janet Jackson

  • 1995 Janet Remixed – lead guitar and remix on “What’ll I Do” (Dave Navarro Mix)
  • 2008 Rock Witchu Tour – lead guitar and video appearance on “Black Cat” (Live version)[32]

With Nine Inch Nails

  • 1995 Further Down The Spiral – lead guitar on “Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)”
  • 2016 Not the Actual Events – lead guitar on “Burning Bright (Field on Fire)”

With Alanis Morissette

  • 1995 Jagged Little Pill – lead guitar on “You Oughta Know”

With Marilyn Manson

  • 1998 Mechanical Animals – guitar solo on “I Don’t Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)”

With Guns N’ Roses

  • 1999 End of Days OST – lead guitar on “Oh My God”

With Perry Farrell

  • 2001 Song Yet to Be Sung – guitar and percussion on “Song Yet to Be Sung”

With P.Diddy

  • 2001 The Saga Continues… – lead guitar on “Bad Boy for Life”

With Christina Aguilera

  • 2002 Stripped – lead guitar on “Fighter”

With Gene Simmons

  • 2004 “Asshole” – lead guitar on “Firestarter” (The Prodigy cover)

With Glenn Hughes

  • 2005 Soul Mover

With Tommy Lee

  • 2005 Tommyland: The Ride – guitar solo on “Tired”

The Panic Channel

  • 2006 (ONe)

With Dead Celebrity Status

  • 2006 Blood Music – guitar solo on “We Fall, We Fall”

Dave Navarro Red Hot Chili Peppers

He joined Red Hot Chili Peppers in September 1993 and performed at Woodstock ’94. He played in the album, One Hot Minute, which was the only album that he played with the band. He played the guitar for the song, You Oughta Know, for Alanis Morissette. He was however fired by the band in 1998 due to creative differences.

Dave Navarro Mourning Son

Dave Navarro was 15- years old when his mother was brutally murdered. When he goes on a journey for understanding, he confronts the past and speaks to FBI agents, friends and family about the traumatic events that changed his life.

Initial release: 1 December 2015 (USA)
Director: Todd Newman
Executive producer: Dave Navarro
Screenplay: Dave Navarro, Todd Newman
Producers: Dave Navarro, Todd Newman, Larissa Swan

Dave Navarro Ink Master

He is the presenter of this TV series. Season 11 of the highly-rated reality-competition series features a grudge match between former “Ink Master” contestants. Christian Buckingham and Cleen Rock One have faced each other twice on the series and are back to settle their rivalry once and for all.

They each coach a team of six tattoo artists who square off in various technical and on-the-spot creativity challenges. Their work is judged once again by host Dave Navarro and veteran tattoo artists Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck.

Episodes focus on different and distinct tattoo styles, and while the artists’ showpieces on the human canvasses last forever, so do their blunders. As usual, on the line for the overall winner is $100,000 and an editorial feature in Inked magazine. The winning coach also pockets $100,000.

Judges: Chris Núñez; Oliver Peck
Presented by: Dave Navarro
Network: Paramount Network

Dave Navarro SOA

Dave will be joining Sons Of Anarchy as a Biz Lats gang member who is tied to “companionate” Nero Padilla (Jimmy Smits). Single father Jax Teller finds his loyalty to his outlaw motorcycle club tested by his growing unease concerning the group’s lawlessness. While the club protects and patrols the town of Charming, Calif., keeping drug dealers away, its activities also include a thriving — and lucrative — illegal arms business.

No. of episodes: 92 (list of episodes)
Theme song: This Life
Spin-off: Mayans M.C.

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