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Jack Steven Irons (born July 18, 1962) is an American drummer and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the founding drummer of the American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, and as a former member of Pearl Jam, with whom he recorded two studio albums. Alongside his work with Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
and Pearl Jam, Irons has been a member of Eleven, The Wallflowers
The Wallflowers
and Mark Lanegan
Mark Lanegan
Band. He has worked with Joe Strummer
Joe Strummer
and The Latino Rockabilly War, Redd Kross, Raging Slab, Spinnerette
Spinnerette
and The Les Claypool
Les Claypool
Frog Brigade. In 1995 Irons and the other members of Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
recorded and toured the Mirror Ball album with Neil Young. In 2004, Irons released his first solo album, Attention Dimension, and released his second, No Heads Are Better Than One, in 2010. Irons was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
as a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
on April 14, 2012.[1] Irons, along with former drummer Cliff Martinez, joined the band onstage for the first time in 24 years for a performance of their 1991 hit, "Give It Away".[2] Irons will be an opening act in 2017 for the Chili Peppers on The Getaway World Tour.[3]

Contents

1 Biography

1.1 Early life 1.2 What Is This?
What Is This?
and The Red Hot Chili Peppers 1.3 Eleven 1.4 Pearl Jam

2 Other musical projects

2.1 Attention Dimension 2.2 Collaborations

3 Equipment 4 Personal life 5 Discography

5.1 What Is This?
What Is This?
discography 5.2 Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
discography 5.3 Eleven discography 5.4 Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
discography 5.5 Solo discography 5.6 Spinnerette
Spinnerette
discography 5.7 Contributions and collaborations

6 References 7 External links

Biography[edit] Early life[edit] Jack Irons was born and raised in Los Angeles. He is from a Jewish background.[4][5] Irons grew up using his family's cutlery as drumsticks, playing along to whatever was on the radio. He talked his parents into buying him a drum set, and took a drum class.[4] Irons attended Bancroft Jr. High School in Hollywood, where he met future bandmates Michael "Flea" Balzary and Hillel Slovak. He then went on to attend Fairfax High School in Los Angeles alongside Balzary and Slovak, as well as future bandmates Anthony Kiedis
Anthony Kiedis
and Alain Johannes. Irons played drums in the school band and orchestra. He and Slovak were both fans of Kiss, and they formed a tribute act.[4] Irons was influenced by Jack DeJohnette, Stewart Copeland, and Keith Moon.[6] What Is This?
What Is This?
and The Red Hot Chili Peppers[edit] Main articles: What Is This?
What Is This?
and Red Hot Chili Peppers Irons was a founding member of, and the original drummer for, The Red Hot Chili Peppers. As teenagers, Irons, Johannes, Slovak, and schoolmate Todd Strassman
Todd Strassman
formed the band Chain Reaction in 1976. After its first gig, the band was soon renamed to Anthym. Slovak became dissatisfied with Strassman's bass playing and eventually taught Michael Balzary
Michael Balzary
(Flea) to play bass. Flea quickly surpassed Strassman in bass skills and took over bass duties in Anthym. After graduating from high school, the band changed its name to What Is This? (which was a question often asked by people who heard the band play). Flea left the band around this time because he was offered a job playing bass in the prominent Los Angeles punk band Fear. What Is This? continued on and performed many shows along the California coast. Soon thereafter, Flea formed a "one-off" band with Kiedis, Slovak and Irons in 1983. The band, which was dubbed "Tony Flow and the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem" for its first gig, was a hit with the club audience. The band's name changed to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the band quickly gained popularity around Los Angeles. Over the course of the next six months, the Red Hot Chili Peppers played many shows in Los Angeles clubs and became something of an underground hit. The band scored a record deal with EMI
EMI
after just that short period of time and was set to record its first album. Unfortunately, What Is This?
What Is This?
had also signed a record deal two weeks earlier. Since Slovak and Irons considered the Red Hot Chili Peppers to merely be a side project and not a serious commitment, they left the band to concentrate on What Is This?. With What Is This?, Irons recorded two EPs (Squeezed (1984), 3 Out of 5 Live
3 Out of 5 Live
(1985)) and one full-length album ( What Is This?
What Is This?
(1985)). The band broke up following the recording of the self-titled What Is This?
What Is This?
album as Slovak became frustrated with the band and rejoined the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In the meantime, Irons played on several tracks on an album by the duo Walk the Moon, made up of Johannes and Natasha Shneider. After hearing that drummer Cliff Martinez
Cliff Martinez
had resigned, Irons, who was out of work and finally separated from other commitments, returned to the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1986. Irons can be heard playing drums on the Red Hot Chili Peppers' first demo tape, as well as their third album, The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987). When childhood friend and bandmate Hillel Slovak
Hillel Slovak
died of a heroin overdose on June 25, 1988, Irons left the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Irons stated that he did not want to be part of a group where his friends were dying.[7] In 2006, Irons said Slovak's death had been such a huge shock that he had been suffering from depression ever since.[8] On August 12, 2012, Irons and Cliff Martinez
Cliff Martinez
again joined the Chili Peppers onstage at their show in Los Angeles for a performance of "Give It Away". Irons will be an opening act for the Chili Peppers on select dates for their 2017 North American leg of The Getaway World Tour[3] Eleven[edit] Main article: Eleven (band) After Irons left Red Hot Chili Peppers, he went to a psychiatric hospital to receive treatment.[9] After a brief stint with Joe Strummer's backing band the Latino Rockabilly War, Irons teamed up with Johannes and Shneider in 1990 to form Eleven. With Eleven, Irons recorded the albums Awake in a Dream (1991) and Eleven (1993). Midway through the recording of Eleven's third album, Thunk (1995), Irons departed to drum with Pearl Jam, and Matt Cameron
Matt Cameron
of Soundgarden played drums on the album's remaining four tracks. Irons returned to the band once again in 2002 prior to the recording of the band's fifth album, Howling Book
Book
(2003). Shneider died on July 2, 2008, following a battle with cancer.[10] Prior to Shneider's death, the band was working on a sixth album due for release in the fall of 2008. Pearl Jam[edit] Main article: Pearl Jam Bassist Jeff Ament
Jeff Ament
and guitarist Stone Gossard
Stone Gossard
invited Irons to join Mookie Blaylock, the band that would become Pearl Jam, in 1990, when the band was first forming and still looking for a singer and a drummer.[11] Although he did not join the band at that time because he was committed to his own band, Eleven, he did pass on a cassette of the band's work to a singer and local musician in San Diego named Eddie Vedder. Irons had formed a friendship with Vedder after meeting him through the Southern California music scene and would play basketball with him.[12] Vedder subsequently joined the band. Irons also called the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
in 1991 and asked the band to allow Vedder's new group to open for the band on its forthcoming Blood Sugar Sex Magik tour.[7] Irons became the drummer for Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
in late 1994 following the firing of drummer Dave Abbruzzese. His first recording with the band was "Hey Foxymophandlemama, That's Me" for Vitalogy
Vitalogy
(1994). Gossard said, "Jack entered the band right at the end of making Vitalogy. Jack's a breath of fresh air, a family man. Everybody had a strong sense of friendship with him immediately. He was just there to play drums and help out."[13][14] Irons made his debut with the band at Neil Young's 1994 Bridge School Benefit, but he was not officially announced as the band's new drummer until its 1995 Self-Pollution satellite radio broadcast, a four-and-a-half-hour-long "pirate" broadcast out of Seattle, Washington which was available to any radio stations that wanted to carry it.[15] Irons joined the group and played Pearl Jam's live shows supporting the Vitalogy
Vitalogy
album. Irons performed with other members of Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
on Neil Young's 1995 album, Mirror Ball, and subsequently toured Europe as part of Young's backing band. With Irons, the band recorded its fourth studio album, No Code, released in 1996, for which Irons also toured. The band subsequently released Yield in 1998. "Do the Evolution" (from Yield) received a Grammy nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance.[16] As a member of Pearl Jam, Irons brought a unique drumming style to the band, particularly in the way he played his fills and with his use of a trash can lid as a cymbal.[17] Irons co-wrote the music for the No Code songs "Who You Are", "In My Tree", "Red Mosquito", and "I'm Open". He also wrote and sang on the Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
songs "Happy When I'm Crying" (from the 1997 fan club Christmas single), "●" (from Yield), and "Whale Song" (from the 1999 Music for Our Mother Ocean Vol. 3 compilation). He played with Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
through March 20, 1998. In 1998, prior to Pearl Jam's U.S. Yield Tour, Irons left the band due to dissatisfaction with touring.[14][18] Pearl Jam's sound engineer Brett Eliason stated, "We went and did Hawaii and Australia with Jack. When we came back, Jack wasn't in a position to carry on. He made that decision more or less by himself. He can be a really great drummer but he had difficulty on tour putting out the energy for the length of shows they were doing. I don't know if he thought they'd put things on hold for him."[13][14] Vedder said, "I think that him deciding that he wasn't going to be in the band really hurt."[13][14] Coincidentally, Matt Cameron, from Soundgarden, replaced him again as he did four years prior on Eleven's Thunk. Other musical projects[edit] Attention Dimension[edit] Main article: Attention Dimension On September 7, 2004, Irons released a solo album called Attention Dimension. Irons started creating his first pieces of drum music in 1994, but it wasn't until fall 1999, about a year after he left Pearl Jam, that he seriously began recording himself for a possible solo album. The album features appearances by former bandmates such as Alain Johannes, Flea, Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, and Les Claypool. Vedder contributed vocals to a cover of Pink Floyd's "Shine On You Crazy Diamond". Johnny Loftus of Allmusic said, "Attention Dimension is the drummer's chance to be in the bright white klieg light."[19] Collaborations[edit] Aside from the aforementioned bands, Irons recorded and toured as a member of Joe Strummer's backing band The Latino Rockabilly War for the album Earthquake Weather (1989), and also toured with Redd Kross in support of the band's album Third Eye (1990). He appears in Redd Kross' promotional video for the song "Annie's Gone". In 1992, Raging Slab (a band notorious for having over 25 different drummers over the course of the band's 18-year career), complete with Irons on drums, began recording the follow-up to its 1989 RCA Records
RCA Records
self-titled debut, with producer Michael Beinhorn at the helm. The entire album was recorded, mixed, and mastered; however when RCA Records
RCA Records
executives heard the album, it was rejected. The album, titled Freeburden, remains unreleased. In 2000, Irons played as part of the initial line-up of Colonel Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade. Irons is featured on the track "Milky Ave" on the album Ultra Payloaded (2007) by Perry Farrell's band Satellite Party.[20] Joining him on the album is former bandmate Flea. Irons recorded for Spinnerette, which features Eleven bandmate Alain Johannes, contributing to the band's 2009 album, Spinnerette. Most recently, he played drums on Die Mannequin's album FINO + BLEED and he added studio drums to several tracks of Hole's Nobody's Daughter. In 2012 he appeared on former Chili Pepper bandmate, Flea's debut solo EP Helen Burns. Aside from popular music, Irons has worked as a drumming advisor and teacher for numerous U.S. television projects. Equipment[edit] Irons currently endorses Masters of Maple Drums, Zildjian cymbals, and Pro-Mark
Pro-Mark
drumsticks.[21] Personal life[edit] Irons is married and has two children.[6] His son, Zach Irons, is founder and lead guitarist for Irontom. In September 2015, Zach Irons became lead guitarist for AWOLNATION.[22] Discography[edit] What Is This?
What Is This?
discography[edit]

Year Title Label

1984 Squeezed MCA

1985 What Is This? MCA

3 Out of 5 Live MCA

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
discography[edit]

Year Title Label Track(s)

1984 'The Red Hot Chili Peppers EMI/Capitol Does not perform on album however co-wrote "Baby Appeal", "Get Up and Jump", "Green Heaven", "Out in L.A., and "Police Helicopter"

1985 Freaky Styley EMI/Capitol Records Does not perform on album however co-wrote "Nevermind" and "Sex Rap"

1987 The Uplift Mofo Party Plan EMI/Capitol Records All

1988 The Abbey Road E.P. EMI/Capitol "Fire" and "Backwoods"

1989 Mother's Milk EMI/Capitol "Fire"

1992 What Hits!? EMI "Fight Like a Brave", "Behind the Sun", "Me and My Friends", "Backwoods", and "Fire"

1994 Out in L.A. EMI "Behind the Sun" (Ben Grosse remix), "Get Up and Jump" (demo version), "Out in L.A." (demo version), "Green Heaven" (demo version), "Police Helicopter" (demo version), "Nevermind" (demo version), "Sex Rap" (demo version), "You Always Sing the Same", "Stranded", "Flea Fly", and "Deck The Halls"

1997 The Best of Red Hot Chili Peppers EMI/Capitol "Behind the Sun", "Me and My Friends", "Fire", and "Fight Like a Brave"

1998 Under the Covers: Essential Red Hot Chili Peppers EMI/Capitol "Fire" and "Subterranean Homesick Blues"

Eleven discography[edit]

Year Title Label Track(s)

1991 Awake in a Dream Morgan Creek All

1993 Eleven Hollywood/Third Rail All

1995 Thunk Hollywood All except "Why", "Seasick of You", "Big Sleep", and "No Ground"

2003 Howling Book Pollen All

2005 Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen Hollywood "Stone Cold Crazy" (with Josh Homme)

Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam
discography[edit]

Year Title Label Track(s)

1994 Vitalogy Epic "Hey Foxymophandlemama, That's Me"

1995 Merkin Ball Epic All

1996 Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense Epic "Leaving Here"

M.O.M., Vol. 1: Music for Our Mother Ocean Interscope "Gremmie Out of Control"

No Code Epic All

Hype!: The Motion Picture Soundtrack Sub Pop "Not for You" (live from Self-Pollution Radio)

1997 The Bridge School Concerts, Vol. 1 Reprise "Nothingman" (live)

1998 Yield Epic All

Chicago Cab: Soundtrack Loosegroove "Who You Are"

1999 M.O.M., Vol. 3: Music for Our Mother Ocean Hollywood "Whale Song"

2003 Lost Dogs Epic "All Night", "Don't Gimme No Lip", "Black, Red, Yellow", "Leaving Here", "Gremmie Out of Control", "Whale Song", and "Dead Man"

2004 Rearviewmirror Epic "I Got Id", "Hail, Hail", "Do the Evolution", "Who You Are", "Off He Goes", "Given to Fly", and "Wishlist"

2007 Arctic Tale: Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture BulletProof "Whale Song"

Solo discography[edit]

Year Title Label

2004 Attention Dimension Breaching Whale

2010 No Heads Are Better Than One The Orchard / Ten Club

2011 Blue Manatee Kalaidoscope Groove-BMI

Spinnerette
Spinnerette
discography[edit]

Year Title Label

2008 Ghetto Love EP Anthem

2009 Spinnerette Anthem

Contributions and collaborations[edit]

Year Group Title Label Track(s)

1987 Walk the Moon Walk the Moon MCA Some

1988 Joe Strummer Permanent Record: Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Epic/CBS "Trash City", "Baby the Trans", "Nefertiti Rock", "Nothin' 'bout Nothin'", and "Theme from Permanent Record"

1989 Keith Levene Keith Levene's Violent Opposition Rykodisc Some

Joe Strummer Earthquake Weather Epic "Gangsterville", "Slant Six", "Shouting Street", "Sikorsky Parts", "Jewellers and Bums", and "Ride Your Donkey"

1990 The Buck Pets Mercurotones Island All

1991 Michelle Shocked Arkansas Traveler Mercury Some

1993 Sun-60 Only Epic "Mary X-Mess" and "Tell Me Like You Know"

The Buck Pets To the Quick Restless Rocket to You (from demo sessions)

1994 Ethan Hawke Reality Bites: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack RCA "I'm Nuthin'"

1995 Carole Pope Radiate Joan Tone Music "Kiss the Ground'"

1995 Neil Young Mirror Ball Reprise All

2007 Satellite Party Ultra Payloaded Columbia "Milky Ave"

2010 Hole Nobody's Daughter Mercury Some

2012 Mark Lanegan Blues Funeral 4AD All

2012 Flea Helen Burns Warner Bros "333" and "Lovelovelove"

References[edit]

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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Natasha Shneider
Dies of Cancer". Billboard. Retrieved 2008-07-03.  ^ Crowe, Cameron (October 28, 1993). "Five Against the World". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2007-06-23.  ^ Wall, Mick. "Alive". Nirvana and the Story of Grunge. Q p. 95 ^ a b c Weisbard, Eric, et al. "Ten Past Ten". Spin. August 2001. ^ a b c d "Ten Past Ten (archive on web site Five Horizons)". Archived from the original on February 15, 2011.  ^ Gaar, Gillian G. "Radio Free Vedder". Rolling Stone. February 23, 1995. ^ "41st annual Grammy nominees and winners". CNN.com. Archived from the original on June 13, 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-03.  ^ Single Video Theory. Pearl Jam. Video. Epic, 1998. ^ Fischer, Blair R (April 17, 1998). "Off He Goes". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2007-06-28.  ^ Loftus, Johnny. "Attention Dimension". Allmusic. ^ Bilton, Chris. "Satellite Party: Is Jane’s New Addiction Worth Feeding?". Ukula. 2007. ^ "Jack Irons: Photos". jackirons.com. ^ "Rig Rundown: AWOLNATION's Zach Irons". 

External links[edit]

Official website Jack Irons at AllMusic Jack Irons on IMDb

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