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Elliot Easton was born on 18 December, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York, United States, is an American musician. Discover Elliot Easton’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?
|69 years old
|18 December 1953
|Brooklyn, New York, United States
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|$1 Million – $5 Million
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Easton resurfaced in 2013 with his Tiki Gods project. On February, 13th, 2013, Easton’s Tiki Gods released the album “Easton Island” as an mp3 download album only. It was made available through the Amazon and iTunes store. A physical CD was released in May 2013. Easton next became a founding member of The Empty Hearts supergroup formed in 2014. The band also included The Chesterfield Kings bassist Andy Babiuk, Blondie drummer Clem Burke, The Romantics guitarist and vocalist Wally Palmar, and Faces pianist Ian McLagan. The band’s self-titled first album was released 5 August 2014 and produced by The Ramones producer Ed Stasium.
In 2013, the Gibson Guitar Company launched the Elliot Easton “Tikibird” Firebird guitar, which is a modified version of their Firebird model.
Features •Elliot Easton signature on trussrod cover •Single cutaway semi-hollowbody guitar •13-1/4″ wide, 1-3/4″ deep mahogany body •Arched maple top •2-piece maple neck •25″ scale •2 High Sensitive FilterTron pickups •3-position pickup toggle switch •Neck and bridge pickup volume with master volume •3-position master tone switch with special midrange lead voicing •1-11/16″ nut width •12″ radius ebony fretboard •22 frets •Tune-O-Matic bridge •Bigsby B7G vibrato tailpiece •Gold-plated hardware •Deluxe Sperzel die-cast locking tuners •Neo classic thumbnail fretboard inlays •Graphite nut •Body, headstock, and fingerboard binding •Gold plexi pickguard •Adjustable truss rod •Includes G6238 deluxe hardshell case
In 2010, Easton reunited with the surviving original members of The Cars to record their first album in 24 years, entitled Move Like This, which was released on May 10, 2011.
In 1998, Easton’s playing was featured on No Cats, an album from bassist Lee Rocker of Stray Cats. He contributed guitar parts for “Rumblin’ Bass” and “One Way or Another.” According to both Easton and Rocker, the two have known each other since they were young boys growing up in New York.
Easton released one solo album in 1985, Change No Change, featuring songs co-written with Jules Shear. One single “(Wearing Down) Like a Wheel” was released and became a moderate hit on the rock charts. A later band project, Band of Angels, was formed with singer Danny Malone, and recorded one album, Band of Angels, which was not released, but selections from which were included in the 1996 CD release of Change No Change.
Elliot Easton (born Elliot Steinberg, December 18, 1953) is an American musician, guitarist, singer and songwriter. He played lead guitar and sang backing vocals for The Cars. His guitar solos are an integral part of the band’s hit singles. He studied music at the Berklee College of Music. He is a left-handed guitarist. After the collapse of the Cars in 1988, Easton played in bands such as the New Cars and the roots rock group Creedence Clearwater Revisited. In 2018, Easton was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Cars.