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Feranna, Frank Carlton Serafino Jr.

Born: 1958 AD
Currently alive, at 63 years of age.
Nationality: American
Categories: Guitarist, Musicians, Songwriter

1958 – Born on the 11th day of December in San Jose, California. American bassist and songwriter.

         – He has also played bass for glam metal band London, experimental band ’58’, and the hard rock band ‘Brides of Destruction’.

1975 – At the age 17, he moved to Los Angeles on his own. He got jobs at a liquor store and manufacturing plant and auditioned to play in a band called Sister with Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P. before joining London, a local glam outfit.

1981 – He had developed a plan to create the ultimate "theatrical" band for the new decade.

         – He found guitarist Mick Mars, drummer Tommy Lee, and singer Vince Neil to share in this vision.

1989 – He was married to former Playboy Playmate Brandi Brandt and they had three children named Gunner, Dekker, and Storm.

1990 – He started using 12-string basses made in Japan by the Hiroshigi Kids Guitar Company.

1996 – He married actress and former Playboy Playmate Donna D’Errico on December 23rd.

2005 – Starred in the film, "Disaster!".

2006 – He was one of the songwriters for Meat Loaf’s long awaited album, "Bat out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose".

         – The couple divorced after ten years of being married on April 27th.

2007 – Released the book entitled "The Heroin Diaries", a collection of his journal entries when his addiction to heroin was at its most dangerous.