Jeordie White
Singer, musician, Bassist, Guitarist, songwriter, Programmer, producer,
Jeordie White
Jeordie Osbourne White, better known by his pseudonym Twiggy Ramirez, is an American musician, who is best known for being the bassist and guitarist for Marilyn Manson. He was also the bassist for A Perfect Circle, and Nine Inch Nails (live only). He is also the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist for Goon Moon. He left Marilyn Manson in 2002, but rejoined the band in 2008.
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  • 2012
    Age 40
    Twiggy also mentioned in an interview that he would keep working with Manson for their next album, Born Villain, which was released on May 1, 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Jeordie White was invited to return to play with A Perfect Circle for their Fall and Winter 2010 Tour in North America, which sold out on all 14 dates scheduled. He is still not a confirmed member of the group according to While in Marilyn Manson, Jeordie used the following basses, among many things, showing a strong preference for Gibson instruments, and basses used by his classic rock mentors: During his parting of ways with Manson from 2002–2008, he took up the following models as his preferred instruments: In addition to the aforementioned bass guitars, Jeordie has used numerous other brands and models of electric and acoustic guitar in writing and recording for each band he's been involved with, and he plays following guitars in live performances. Amboog-A-Lard Marilyn Manson The Desert Sessions A Perfect Circle
  • 2008
    Age 36
    On January 9, 2008 Marilyn Manson posted a bulletin on MySpace confirming that Tim Skold was leaving Marilyn Manson and that Twiggy Ramirez had rejoined the band in his place.
    More Details Hide Details He toured with Manson as the band's new guitarist in support of their seventh studio album. However, Twiggy would stay with Goon Moon after the touring of The High End of Low is finished.
  • 1993
    Age 21
    Jeordie did not join Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids until Gidget Gein was ejected from the band by the manager in December 1993.
    More Details Hide Details White was given the Manson band member name Twiggy Ramirez, which was derived by taking the first name from English supermodel Twiggy and the surname from American serial killer Richard Ramirez. Much of Twiggy's early look from the multi colored dreadlocks down to the dress style was taken directly from Gidget Gein and Jessicka. In 1998, White made a cameo in Monster Magnet's music video for "Space Lord". In 2001, White appeared on an MTV Cribs episode: the "Ozzfest Edition". As a result of many lineup changes (specifically guitarists), Twiggy was largely responsible for most of the songwriting on the albums Antichrist Superstar, Mechanical Animals and Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). After departing the band, he played two live shows with California punk metal band Mondo Generator, and auditioned for the role of second guitar in Queens of the Stone Age, which he lost to Troy Van Leeuwen of A Perfect Circle. He also auditioned for a spot as bass player (after Jason Newsted's departure) in Metallica, but lost out to former Suicidal Tendencies/Ozzy Osbourne bassist Robert Trujillo, which is documented briefly in their film, Some Kind of Monster. Several months later, White replaced Paz Lenchantin in A Perfect Circle, the project of Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan and former Tool guitar tech Billy Howerdel as a full member of the band on bass guitar.
    In March 1993, White took part in Manson's side project Mrs. Scabtree and shared vocal duties with then girlfriend Jessicka.
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  • 1971
    Born on June 20, 1971.
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