By Thomas S. Orwat, Jr. (Band photo by Adam Kennedy)
On July 10th, legendary glam-metal rockers Enuff Z’Nuff will be releasing their 14th studio release, entitled ‘Brainwashed Generation.’
Enuff Z’Nuff was formed in Blue Island, Illinois in 1984 by Chip Z’Nuff (bass/songwriter) and Donnie Vie (vocals/guitar/songwriter). After a few line-up changes, guitarist Derek Frigo and drummer Vikki Fox were recruited into the band.
In 1989, Enuff Z’Nuff released their critically acclaimed, self-titled debut record on Atco Records. This record featured two of their most popular tracks, “Fly High Michelle,” and “New Thing.”
Currently, Enuff Z’Nuff consists of founding member Chip Z’Nuff , who has now taken on the lead vocalist responsibilities, along with Tory Stoffregen (guitars), Daniel Benjamin Hill (drums), and Alex Kane (guitar). Kane, who joined the band in 2019, was also in an earlier version of the band from 1987-1988.
What follows is Episode #2 of the “Glam Metal Interview Series.” During this episode, Chip Z’Nuff talks about ‘Brainwashed Generation,’ the current line-up, the bands first three studio records, and the reasons behind the decision to tour with platinum selling artist Nelson in 1991. Listen to the interview below.
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