Samantha Maloney
American musician
Samantha Maloney
Samantha Maloney is an American musician best known for playing in the bands Hole, Mötley Crüe, Eagles of Death Metal and in Peaches' live band "The Herms".
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Cherri Bomb - THIS IS THE END OF CONTROL (Album Review)
Kik Axe Music - almost 5 years
The result of musical training that began as young as age 5, CHERRI BOMB serves up an impressive full-length debut on THIS IS THE END OF CONTROL. Out this week on Hollywood Records, the album shows a band that performs at a level well-beyond their years - something no doubt guided and honed by manager Samantha Maloney (drummer formerly of HOLE, MOTLEY CRUE, PEACHES among others) and the production team of Red Decibel (Adam Watts, Andy Dodd & Gannin Arnold), while brought to a perfect mix by Chris Lord-Alge. Hollywood Records Cherri Bomb
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Girls Girls Girls: Courtney Love, Cherri Bomb and The Runaways - The Morton Report
Google News - over 5 years
On a related note, Hole's former drummer, the Amazonian glamorous Samantha Maloney has hung up her sticks and now is managing Cherri Bomb, an LA girl band who swear they didn't name themselves after the Runaways song. Once you hear them,
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Jeffree Star recording w/ Ke$ha's mom - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
It was during an encounter with Peaches' drummer Samantha Maloney that Star's life would lead to music. Maloney encouraged Star to tap into his inner songwriter. “I told her I didn't know how, and a month later when she was finished recording an album,
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Por Julio Antonio Rojas Rodríguez - Primer Plano
Google News - over 5 years
Samantha Maloney fue la baterista durante el tour para este álbum. Maloney es conocida por su trabajo con Courtney Love en 1998. En el 2004 Maloney regresó a trabajar con Love para la promoción del álbum America's Sweetheart
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Alaska Native Medical Center dietitians achieve special distinction - Juneau Empire
Google News - over 5 years
“We are a highly motivated team and continue to strive to provide the best, safest and highest level of nutrition to our patients,” said Samantha Maloney, ANMC's medical nutrition therapy manager. “Patient safety and quality nutrition delivery remains
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Mötley Crüe, El regreso - El Sol de Cuernavaca
Google News - almost 6 years
... que estuvo cuatro años como solista, siendo suplido por John Corabi, al igual que lo hicieran Randy Castillo durante un año (debido a su muerte por cáncer) y brevemente Samantha Maloney en la batería, en lugar del controvertible Tommy Lee,
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ROCK REVIEW; Love Lives Through This, Rasping 'Take Care of Me'
NYTimes - almost 13 years
During her decade-long reign of terror, Courtney Love has taught us at least one valuable lesson: how to appreciate her. She has devoted herself wholeheartedly to the myth of rock 'n' roll and halfheartedly to the music, and if that sounds like an insult, then you haven't learned the lesson yet. She has turned her life into a continuing work of
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FILM REVIEW; Muscling In And Letting Anger Out The Door
NYTimes - over 15 years
The American fascination with power extends down to its lowest levels, which in the case of Steven Cantor's documentary ''Bounce: Beyond the Velvet Rope'' would seem to consist of the burly, battle-scarred young men whose job it is to chuck unruly patrons out of nightclubs. The film, made for HBO but getting a theatrical release at the Angelika
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JERSEY FOOTLIGHTS; Another Surprise From Motley Crue
NYTimes - over 16 years
They are not called the Motley Crue for nothing. The poster boys for substance abuse play their music hard, and like their women easy. And they take no prisoners. While Tommy Lee (who left the band in 1999) might have been the most interesting of the lot, his current replacement is a stunner. It's a woman. Yes, a woman has joined the band known as
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POP REVIEW; Courtney Love Shows Her Control by Letting Loose
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Courtney Love was in control at Hole's Roseland show Tuesday night, and she clearly felt excellent about it. ''Let them up here if they're not insane!'' she instructed the guards helping her fill the stage with young fans as Hole played its smartly constructed set. Ms. Love hoisted admirers up herself when not riding the shoulders of a bouncer to
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Samantha Maloney
    THIRTIES
  • 2012
    Age 36
    On October 29, 2012, Maloney resigned from her position as the band's manager.
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  • 2010
    Age 34
    He also stated that their single, Lately, was available on iTunes and that their debut album would be out on August 10, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Brother Clyde has a page on Myspace. In February 2001, she contributed to music for Daryl Hannah's documentary about a stripper called Stripnotes. In May, she worked on The Desert Sessions Vol. 7 & 8 with Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age), Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees), and Chris Goss (Masters of Reality). In June 2003, she and Scott Ian from Anthrax composed music for the Mr. Show movie Run Ronnie Run as "Titanica". During this time Maloney also added live drums to the score for the film Black Hawk Down. She once managed the Los Angeles based all-girl teenage rock group, Cherri Bomb. She made the decision to manage the band after seeing them perform as the opening act at the first Chelsea Girls show.
  • 2008
    Age 32
    In 2008, Maloney guest starred as "Sam", Lou Ashby's chauffeur on three episodes of the Showtime series Californication
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  • 2006
    Age 30
    She played the part of Maureen Tucker in the 2006 film, Factory Girl starring Sienna Miller as Edie Sedgwick.
    More Details Hide Details Maloney currently lives in Valley Village, Los Angeles.
    In 2006, Samantha toured with Electroclash punk artist Peaches' live band, The Herms along with JD Samson and Radio Sloan in support of her 2006 release Impeach My Bush.
    More Details Hide Details In January 2009, Samantha joined with Allison Robertson (of The Donnas), former Playboy model/Disk-Jockey and Huntress singer Jill Janus, and Corey Parks (ex. Nashville Pussy), to form the Chelsea Girls. The band is an all-girl cover band. The band's name references an Andy Warhol flick and a premise—the greatest anthems from the likes of AC/DC, Judas Priest, Blondie and even some Madonna. In the spirit of Camp Freddy, they brought in special guests including Lemmy from Motörhead and Carmen Electra who is now the unofficial fifth member as the band's emcee. In August 2007, a new project was announced: The Ingenues. According to their MySpace page, they are “a select group of uber talented femmes who have collaborated with up and coming producer extraordinaire Samantha Maloney (Hole, Eagles of Death Metal, The Herms, Mötley Crüe, Scarling.) to make a collection of songs to bring to their masses". The project will include Jessicka (Scarling. /Jack Off Jill), Radio Sloan (The Need, The Chelsea, The Herms, Le Tigre), and Lisa Leveridge. Maloney is working on new material along with singer Jessicka for The Ingenues. They have released one single titled "Happy For You" available on iTunes.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 28
    In 2004, just as she had completed her first batch of songs, Maloney was asked by former Hole frontwoman Courtney Love to fly to France (after drummer Patty Schemel departed for the second time) and add drums to Love's otherwise complete solo debut, America's Sweetheart.
    More Details Hide Details Returning to the States, Maloney was asked to assemble a live band for Courtney Love, reconnecting with guitarist Radio Sloan, finding guitarist Lisa Leveridge and bassist Dvin to form the core of the band. After playing with the band for a few weeks Love decided to call her new band "The Chelsea" after Maloney's previous musical endeavour. Love added Violinist Emilie Autumn to the band at a later date. The band was put on hiatus after a small number of gigs, including Love's bizarre appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman", where the singer bared her breasts, lit up a cigarette and rambled about Nicole Kidman, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and her legal problems and after performing at Plaid in New York where Love was arrested Thursday morning (March 18) at 2:30 am, after allegedly throwing a blunt object into the audience, hitting a 24-year-old man in the head.
  • 2003
    Age 27
    Having worked with and for others on their music, the drummer decided to start composing her own album, and in mid-2003 she began to turn down high-profile gigs in order to start her solo project, pausing briefly on July 7, 2004, to fill in as the drummer for a band on Sympathy for the Record Industry called Scarling. in order to perform live at a group art show at the Copro/Nason Gallery (Santa Monica, California).
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  • 2000
    Age 24
    In 2000, Hole went on hiatus and Maloney was offered the drum chair for Mötley Crüe to fill in for then drummer Randy Castillo, who was ill at the time.
    More Details Hide Details She is the drummer on the New Tattoo live DVD from the New Tattoo tour. The title of the DVD is Motley Crue – Lewd, Crued & Tattooed. In 2004, Maloney, alongside Melissa Auf der Maur (The Smashing Pumpkins/Hole), Paz Lenchantin (A Perfect Circle), and Radio Sloan (The Need) created a new band called The Chelsea. The all-female group only played one show before quickly going their separate ways.
  • 1998
    Age 22
    In 1998, Maloney was offered an audition in Los Angeles for the role of drummer in Hole, a position vacated by Patty Schemel.
    More Details Hide Details With her audition a success she was accepted by the band and so officially joined up with Hole, leaving Shift behind to join the band. At 22, Maloney was on the road with Hole at the height of their popularity, playing sold out arenas and touring extensively in the U.S., Australia, Japan, and the United Kingdom whilst also appearing on television and in magazines, as well as Hole's recordings and videos.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1993
    Age 17
    While playing in Shift, Maloney excelled on her school's basketball team, and in 1993, had to decide whether or not to pursue a serious basketball career with college scholarship offers or to continue drumming in her band Shift.
    More Details Hide Details Samantha chose to stick with Shift who released two independent records on Equal Vision Records in 1994 and 1995. Two years later, Shift signed to Columbia Records and made their major-label debut album titled, Get In. Following the album's release the band toured.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1975
    Born
    Born on December 11, 1975.
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