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John Garcia

Singer + Musician
Male
Born Sep 4, 1970

John Garcia is a vocalist who has been a member of Kyuss, Slo Burn, Unida and Hermano. His vocals have become synonymous with modern stoner rock and the desert rock sound.

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CHILDHOOD

1970 Birth Born on September 4, 1970.

TEENAGE

1989 18 Years Old In 1989, while still in high school, Garcia formed Kyuss (originally known as Katzenjammer and Sons of Kyuss) with Brant Bjork and Josh Homme. … Read More

TWENTIES

1996 25 Years Old In 1996, Garcia formed stoner rock band Slo Burn in Palm Desert, California. … Read More
1998 27 Years Old In 1998, he joined Hermano, a side-project created by producer Dandy Brown. … Read More
1999 28 Years Old In 1999, Garcia collaborated with Swedish all-female stoner band Misdemeanor on "Love Song", the fourth track of their EP, Five Wheel Drive.

THIRTIES

2001 30 Years Old In 2001, he contributed vocals to the track The Thing That Should Not Be along with drummer Jason Bonham, bassist Jeff Pilson (Dokken) and guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof for the Metallica tribute album Metallic Assault.
2002 31 Years Old In 2002, Garcia contributed vocals to two tracks on UK band Orange Goblin's album Coup de Grace, "Made of Rats" and "Jesus Beater".
2003 32 Years Old In late 2003, Garcia recorded vocals for the song "Born Too Slow" by The Crystal Method. … Read More
2005 34 Years Old On December 20, 2005, Garcia would finally team up with Homme again, making a guest appearance onstage with Queens of the Stone Age during the encore of their set at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. … Read More
2006 35 Years Old In 2006, Garcia collaborated with Canadian band Danko Jones on their third album, Sleep Is the Enemy, contributing vocals to the track "Invisible".
He would again collaborate with Danko Jones on their 2008 album Never Too Loud, appearing on the track "Forest for the Trees" along with Pete Stahl.
In November 2010, along with former members Oliveri and Bjork, it was announced he would be touring as Kyuss Lives!, and toured Europe, Australia and New Zealand from March to May 2011 with a new studio album expected to follow. … Read More

FORTIES

In February 2014 Garcia announced in a Facebook post that he had signed a deal with Napalm Records and plans to release his solo album at the end of summer.
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