From ROXY DOOM and the 1990s Reinvented.
What does it hide behind one's name?
Dates, facts and reasons.
CAMILLE BACH – was an American musician, best known as the bassist for alternative rock band Noseband from 1993 to 1995.
Prior to being recruited as Noseband bass player, Bach was a student at the University of Minnesota and co-founder and bassist of Minneapolis-based alt-rock / post-punk band Flipside. She was also former roomie and friend of The Salad Days bassist’s Darlene Roman.
Bach died in a house fire in 1995. Although her death was officially ruled an accident, the police reported that drug paraphernalia were found on the scene.
Born: September 26, 1968, Hoboken, New Jersey, United States
Died: 19 December, 1995, Los Angeles, California, United States
HENRIETTA BACH – is Camille Bach's mother.
Born: February 26, 1945, Syracuse, New York, United States
PAUL BARKER – is an American producer and entrepreneur.
Barker was very active in the New York underground music scene of the late 1980s, making friends with local bands and in particular with Chris Gibson from Chronic Age. In 1986 he co-founded the independent record label N/Logo signing Chronic Age.
In 1991 Barker sold his 50% of N/Logo to his business partner David Willis to move to Los Angeles working as a talent scout for just-launched Geller Records subsidiary TyGM Records.
In 1992 he signed Chronic Age to TyGM contributing to their notoriety at an international level.
Barker is also known for being the manager of Alternative Rock band Noseband from 1993 to 1995, when Noseband was signed by TyGM.
Born: January 27, 1961, New York City, New York, United States
MAGGIE BEAVER CLOUD – is an Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of American Indian people and teacher living and working on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
In 1999, Maggie Beaver Cloud approached The Salad Days founding member and guitarist Jess Lepage at a concert in Minneapolis to ask him to advocate for the Native American cause, leading to Lepage's quitting The Salad Days and retiring from his public life.
The two have been living together for the past twenty years.
Born: November 5, 1968, Porcupine, South-Dakota, United States
TODD BUTLER – was an American sound engineer and record producer who worked with many bands from the Alternative Rock scene in the 1990s, including The Salad Days, Jelly Red and Noseband, with whom he attempted to record what would eventually become their most acclaimed album "Don't Ever Tell Anybody Anything".
In 2001, Butler moved to Tampa, Florida, to work as a producer at Estrellas Altas Studios.
He died in a car crash while on his way to work on June 16, 2014.
Born: July 4, 1964, Los Gatos, California, United States
Died: 16 June, 2014, Tampa, Florida, United States
FRANCIS CABALLERO – is an American rock musician. In 2010 he became the new guitarist for The Salad Days, replacing Jess Lepage in the new line-up.
One year later The Salad Days had to be renamed as The Salad Days II due to copyright infringement.
Born: December 12, 1975, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Music group: The Salad Days II (2010–)
POLLY CARVER – is an American actress and producer. She made her film debut in 1985 and came to become one of the iconic 1990s actresses.
In 2001 she retired from the scenes, leaving Hollywood to live as a recluse, away from the spotlight.
Born: May 28, 1971, Detroit, Michigan, United States
ALBERT COSTNER – was a piano tuner. He married Henrietta Bach'in 1974 becoming Camille Bach's stepfather.
Born: April 2, 1929, New York City, New York, United States
Died: May 7, 2009, Hoboken, New Jersey, United States
VINCENT CRABTREE – is an American musician musician and disc-jockey best known as post punk band Chronic Age drummer.
Born: April 24, 1959, New York City, New York, United States
Music groups: Chronic Age (1982–2012)
CHARLES ‘CHARLIE’ DAVENPORT – is an American musician, electronics engineer and programmer best known as the co-founder and bass player / drummer of Alternative Rock band The Paleologists.
The Paleologists disbanded in 2002 and Davenport switched to working full time as an electronic engineer and programmer in his native Amherst, Massachusetts.
Born: October 6, 1967, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States
Music group: The Paleologists (1985–2002)
BONNIE DAVIS – was an American musician born in Reno, Nevada, who became temporarily famous in 1994 for stabbing himself in the middle of a Casino in Las Vegas, leading to his own death.
Davis left a legacy of three albums released on an indie local label called PokerDream Records in the late 1980s.
Allegedly Roxy Dunn of Noseband paid for his funeral service, leading to the rumors that the two were involved prior to Dunn’s involvement with Jimmy Fitzpatrick of The Salad Days, and that some of Dunn’s best known songs might have been co-written by Davis. None of the rumors have been to date officially confirmed nor denied.
Born: March 10, 1964, Reno, Nevada, United States
Died: May 15, 1994 (30), Las Vegas, United States
ZOË DELAVERGNE – is an American fashion designer and former model, occasionally working as an actress in minor productions and music videos.
Known in the 1990s for her status as a muse of independent musicians, movie directors and fashion designers, in 1996 Delavergne started her own fashion brand (WHO-HER), in collaboration with alternative rock icon and mother figure Chris Gibson.
Born: October 31, 1975, Meriden, Connecticut, United States
PETE DEVORAN – is an American musician who is the drummer for Jelly Red.
Born: October 16, 1967, Seattle, Washington, United States
Music groups: Lilithrone (1987–1989), Jelly Red (1988–present)
LENORE DOUGLAS – was Dror Hamilton's secretary at Du Rouge Winery from 2005 to 2016, when Du Rouge was severly damaged in the Wine Country wildfires and the wine production ceased.
ROXY DUNN – aka “Roxy Doom” is an American singer, songwriter and actress. A notable figure in the punk and alternative rock scene, she is best known for her work as frontwoman of alternative rock band Noseband and her presence in alternative music scene of the 1990s.
Following her marriage to Hollywood star Campbell Kane, Dunn established herself as an icon, ultimately making the transition from music to the big screen, starring in big-budget pictures in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Born: 29 June, 1968, Sacramento, California, United States
Full name: Roxanne Marie Dunn
Musical groups: Noseband, Rumour has it (1984–1987)
Spouse: Campbell Kane (m. 1992 - 1995)
Partners: Jimmy Fitzpatrick ( - ), Harmony Lamarre (2000 - 2009)
Children: Daisy Kane (b. 1993)
JAMES THOMAS “JIMMY” FITZPATRICK IV – is an American musician, songwriter and producer, best known as the frontman, primary songwriter and sole permanent member of Minneapolis-based alternative rock band The Salad Days (which were later renamed The Salad Days II for copyright infringement).
He dated rock musician Roxy Dunn in the early 1990s, before she got engaged to actor Campbell Kane, and after Kane’s disappearance, as well.
Fitzpatrick was born with albinism, and to this date keeps dying his eyebrows black to make them visible.
Born: October 27, 1967, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
LONNIE ARTHUR FOSTER – is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist and the lyricist of the American rock band Jelly Red.
Born: January 4, 1966, Portland, Oregon, United States
CHRIS GIBSON – is an American musician, fashion designer and curator, best known as the co-founder and singer/guitarist of the New York City-based alternative rock band Chronic Age.
In the mid-1990s, Gibson launched the clothing line WHO-HER with Gen X icon and friend Zoë Delavergne.
After the 2012 Chronic Age official disbandment and her divorce from Chronic Age co-founder and bassist Jasper Morris, Gibson retired briefly from the music scene to make her comeback in 2014 with the release of her first solo album.
Born: June 3, 1955, Santa Monica, California, United States
Spouse: Jasper Morris (m. 1986–2012)
Children: Kitty & Jenny Gibson-Morris (b. 1991).
DROR HAMILTON – is an American musician, guitarist and winemaker, primarily known as co-founder, songwriter and lead guitarist of alternative rock band Noseband from 1988 to 2003 and 2009 to 2010.
Following the disbandment of Noseband, Hamilton has reinvented himself as wine expert and critic, moving from LA to California’s wine country where he eventually established his own winery called Du Rouge Winery, in Napa Valley.
In 2016 Du Rouge was severly damaged in the Wine Country wildfires and the wine production ceased.
Hamilton is back to Los Angeles and the music scenes to record his first solo album, allegedly a tribute to Campbell Kane and the impact that his tragic disappearance had on the lives of those who knew him.
Born: June 1, 1968, Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
Current bassist of Alternative Rock band The Salad Days II.
Born: June 1, 1968, Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
Music groups: All Dressed Up (2004–2013) The Salad Days II (since 2013)
TYLER JONES – is an American musician best known as the lead guitarist of the American Alternative Rock band Alias/Insane.
After the band disbanded following the death of singer/guitarist Andy Quinn in 1997, Jones went on playing as a session musician for many artists, including Sabrina Paglietta and B.K. Larkin.
Born: September 12, 1968, Austin, Texas, United States
Music group: Alias/Insane (1989–1997)
MATT JORDAN – is an American musician best known as the drummer of the American Alternative Rock band Alias/Insane.
Following the death of singer/guitarist Andy Quinn and the disbandment of Alias/Insane, Jordan went back to College and earned a degree in Psychology.
He is currently living in Brooklyn, working as a therapist.
Born: March 12, 1969, Santa Monica, California, United States
Music group: Alias/Insane (1989–1997)
CAMPBELL KANE – aka ‘The Great CK’ was an American actor, musician, and activist. He became famous as a child actor starring in TV commercials, TV shows, and for his role as Chad Oliver in the series of Sci-fi movies Astrogators, Riders from a Distant Star and Moonfull, which led to his status as a ‘teen idol’.
After starring in many TV commercials and TV shows from the age of 5, Kane made his major film debut at age 13 in 1981 with the adventure comedy Far Close, directed by Joe Ryan, starring alongside fellow child actors Troy Tacker and Zac Lutes.
Kane made a transition into more adult-oriented roles with Random Family (1986), playing the troubled son of musician parents in a performance that earned him a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, and in the 1992 coming-of-age comedy Verity Fakes, which became a Gen-X cult. He also appeared in the 1993 music video for the song Mind User by the Rock band Chronic Age and in period drama Action at Aquila (1994), an epic adaptation of Hervey Allen’s historical fiction novel about the Civil War.
Kane officially retired from acting in 1994, to focus on his songwriting career. In 1989 he had founded the alternative rock band Bad Posture, which supported Chronic Age on their 1991 European tour.
In 1992 Kane married rock musician Roxy Dunn and secure Bad Posture a two-year development deal with Attic Us Records, even if the label would eventually drop them.
On September 29 1995, Kane was hospitalized after a series of incidents sparking fears over his mental health and kept on a psychiatric hold at Pasadena Hospital for a month.
Kane reportedly flew from the hospital on October 31 and his car was found a week later in the Los Angeles River. Despite the fact that he has been missing for more than 7 years continuously, and could be declared dead in absentia, Kane is to date officially reported as ‘Missing’.
Born: February 4, 1968, Palo Alto, California, United States
Missing: November 1, 1995 (27), Los Angeles, California, United States
Spouse: Roxy Dunn (m. 1992–1995) Children: Daisy Kane (b. 1993).
Born: February 26, 1993, Los Angeles, California
Parents: Roxy Dunn, Campbell Kane
ROWAN KEANES – is an American musician best known as the bassist of the American Alternative Rock band Alias/Insane.
Following the death of singer/guitarist Andy Quinn and the disbandment of Alias/Insane, Keanes pursued a solo career releasing three albums.
Born: February 15, 1969, San Luis Obispo, California, United States
Music group: Alias/Insane (1989–1997)
HARMONY LAMARRE – was an American musician best known as the drummer of the Alternative Rock band The Salad Days.
He died from complications of AIDS in 2009.
Partner: Roxy Dunn (2000 - 2009)
Born: May 5, 1969, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States.
Died: May 2, 2009, Los Angeles, California, United States
BEVERLY KIMBERLY LARKIN – is an English musician and singer-songwriter.
Born: March 9, 1969, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, United Kingdom
KIRK LAUTNER – is a music journalist, author, columnist and television personality. He served in the 1980s as editor at music magazine Lo-fi Hi-fi when its headquarters were still based in Manhattan. He is best known for being Hmm TV main news anchorman and correspondent from 1988 to 1996.
Lautner was the first to break the news of The Great CK's disappearance in 1995. Based on his experiences at Hmm TV during those strange days he wrote two books entitled ‘The X-rayed Generation: An Insight Into The Mind Of Your Kids’ (published in 1997), and ‘The Great CK: The Responsibility Of Being Campbell Kane’ (published in 1999)
Born: June 26, 1949, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
JESS LEPAGE – is an American rock musician and activist, best known as former guitarist and co-founder of the Minneapolis-based alternative rock band The Salad Days. Following the 2000 breakup of the band, Lepage returned to his roots and began working with a coalition of Native American musicians and activists, moving to the Federal Reservation of Pine Ridge where he currently resides.
Born: May 18, 1968, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
ZACHARY ‘ZAC’ LUTES – is an American child actor famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He made his major film debut at age 11 in 1981 with adventure comedy Far Close, directed by Joe Ryan, starring alongside fellow child actors Campbell Kane and Troy Tacker. The three made friends on set and became known by the press at the time as ‘The Triplet’.
In 1989 Lutes, Tacker and Kane founded Alternative rock band Bad Posture which opened for Chronic Age on their 1991 European tour.
Lutes quit acting in 1996.
Born: January 29, 1970, Los Angeles, California, United States
GREG MARIN – is an American record producer and audio engineer best known for producing The Salad Days diamond-selling album Thistopia in High Tide in 1993 and Jelly Red third album Vain Fair in 1995.
He currently owns his own private recording studio in native Milwaukee where he likes to produce low-budget albums for local bands.
Born: March 17, 1961, Milwaukee, Winsconsin, United States
WILLIAM MILLER – professionally known as Bill Millerl, is an American director, screenwriter and producer best known for directing the romantic comedy-drama Verity Fakes in 1992, the film that somehow ‘defined Generation X’ and launched his career at an international level.
His other films include the independent coming-of-age film ‘We Were in School Together’ (1990), the comedy caper ‘Cut to:’ (1994), the comedy-drama ‘I’ve Got Millie Washington on the Phone For You’, the music documentary ‘As Someone Long Prepared for the Occasion’ (2007) dedicated to the career, life (and death) of musician Andy Quinn of Alias/Insane, and the music comedy ‘Best Before: Sunrise’ (2011).
Born: October 7, 1962, New York City, United States
Current drummer of Alternative Rock band The Salad Days II.
Bassist and founding member of NYC-based post-punk band Chronic Age.
Born: August 5, 1954, Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Spouse: Chris Gibson (m. 1986–2012)
Children: Kitty & Jenny Gibson-Morris (b. 1991).
VANESSA LEE MURPHY – is an American musician and dancer, best known as the bassist for alternative rock band Noseband (1996–2003) (2009–2010) and The Salad Days (1999–2000).
Lee Murphy is also an accomplished dancer. She was studying performing arts in NYC when she was invited to join Noseband in 1996.
Born: January 3, 1977, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
MARK NIXON – is an American music journalist.Magazines: Rocking Stones (1991–2010)
SABRINA PAGLIETTA – is an American composer, singer-songwriter and percussionist with a mezzo-soprano vocal range.
Recognized as a genius at the age of five, was selected for Julliard School of Music to study marimba at the age of ten and graduated with honors at eighteen. She later moved to LA where she began performing at local clubs before getting noticed by producer Lance Rigg who launched her career in the Alternative Rock-Pop scene in 1988.
LYN PEARSON – is an American bassist.
Music groups: Noseband (1990–1993), Active Thought (1993–1999)
ANDREW ‘ANDY’ QUINN – was an American musician best known as the original lead singer, guitarist and primary songwriter of the Alternative rock band Alias/Insane.
Active in the Los Angeles Alternative rock scene, Quinn moved to New York City in 1996 to work on the material for what should have been Alias/Insane fourth studio album, claiming that Los Angeles had become toxic after the disapperance and presumed death of his friend actor Campbell Kane.
On June 4, 1997, Quinn was supposed to meet his band members at the NYC studios BigBigSound Studios (located near Union Square Park) but failed to show up. Four days later, his body was found in the waters of the East River near South Street Seaport in Lower Manhattan. His death was ruled suicide by drowning.
Born: January 29, 1969, Los Angeles, California, United States
Born: June 4, 1997, New York City, New York, United States
Music group: Alias/Insane(1989–1997)
BRANDON RAY – was the drummer of Minneapolis-based Alternative Rock / Punk band Flipside (1991—1993)
Born: October 3, 1975, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Born: June 10, 1968, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
RONALD REA – is an American musician musician and composer best known as guitarist of the post punk / alt-rock band Chronic Age.
Over the years he has composed many soundtracks to independent films and documentaries.
Born: July 5, 1956, New York City, New York, United States
Music group: Chronic Age (1982–2012)
LANCE RIGG – is an American record producer, engineer and songwriter. Rigg began his career as engineer at Los Angeles Darling Studios in the mid-1980s, working with Gnamma, Sabrina Paglietta, B.K. Larkin, Roxy Dunn, Alias/Insane and Jelly Red amongst others.
Born: July 24, 1957, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
MATT ROBERTS – is an American music journalist.
Magazines: Rocking Stones (since 2002)
DARLENE ROMAN – is an American musician, best known as the original bassist of the alternative rock band The Salad Days. Roman left the band in 1998, retiring from the scenes and literally vanishing into thin air.
Born: November 6, 1968, Buffalo, New York, United States
KIT SARGENT – is an American musician, best known as the drummer of the alternative rock band Noseband from 1988 to 1991.
Born: December 24, 1967, San Diego, California, United States
BOBBIE SCHNEIDER – is an American drummer and musician, best known as the drummer for alternative rock band Noseband from 1991 to 1999.
In 1999 Schneider was fired by Roxy Dunn for being ‘an alcoholic’ and quit the music scene forever.
In 2007, after years working as a salesperson in a baker shop in LA, Schneider was able to open up LEPAIN, her own gluten-free bakery in LA.
Born: August 13, 1968, Santa Clara, California, United States
PETER SIMONS – is an American musician and architect best known as the co-founder, guitarist, vocalist and primary songwriter of the Alternative Rock band The Paleologists.
When The Paleologists disbanded, in 2002, Simons started the HOMELE$ PROJECT, creating tiny houses for homeless people in the Boston area.
Born: March 6, 1967, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Music groups: The Paleologists (1985–2002)
TROY TACKER – is an actor, producer and musician, best known for his roles in indie movies in the 1990s and for co-founding the band Bad Posture with fellow actors and best friends Campbell Kane and Zac Lutes.
Born: August 10, 1970, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Born: May 21, 1973, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Musical groups: Derivative Pain(1989–1992) Jelly Red(since 1992)
Son of Kelly Davis. Nephew of music journalist Travis Travis. Currently studiying at Stanford.
Mother of Ben Travis. Sister of music journalist Travis Travis. Single mom. As a teenager she was a big fan of Campbell Kane.
Music journalist working for LA-based music magazine ‘Lo-fi Hi-Fi’
Born: January 18, 1982, Bennington, California, United States
MIKE TYRON – is an American musician, best known as the bassist of the Alternative rock band Jelly Red.
Born: September 1, 1967, Los Angeles, California, United States
TOBY VASSAR – was an American musician, best known as the guitarist, co-founder and songwriter of the alternative rock band Jelly Red. Vassar died of a heroin overdose on July 17 1992 while the band was on tour. He was replaced by friend and fellow guitarist Chris Thorns, who at the time was only nineteen.
Born: January 7, 1967, Pasadena, California, United States
Died: July 17, 1992, Los Angeles, California, United States
CALEB WILLIAMS – is an American hip-hop artist, producer, fashion model and stylist.