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Julian Mandrake was born on 23 June, 1970 in San Diego, California, United States, is an American musician. Discover Julian Mandrake’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 53 years old?
|53 years old
|23 June 1970
|San Diego, California, United States
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|$1 Million – $5 Million
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In late 2010, Julian was hired as Blue October’s lead guitarist, playing on the Ugly Side: Acoustic Evening with Blue October tour in 2011, Any Man in America tour in 2011-2012 and the Quiet Mind tour in 2012. Julian played his last show with Blue October at their New Year’s Eve performance in El Paso and did pre-production with the band on their seventh studio album, SWAY, before officially parting ways in February 2013. One of the songs he co-wrote, “Hard Candy” was included on the album. He is no longer in the band Blue October, but as of 2014 is working on a new musical project.
Julian married fellow musician Anne Brosh on April 16, 2010. They have two children: a son, Eilan Christian Mandrake (born November 13, 2010), and a daughter, Presli Kate Mandrake (born September 24, 2012).
Following the breakup of Canvas, Julian played guitar in Joseph King’s band which eventually became Deadbeat Darling, as well as setting out to build a new band of his own. After several lineup and name changes, Julian’s new band Mothers Anthem made their live debut on June 15, 2007. The band recorded an album Save The Fallen which was released in 2009.
Julian played lead guitar in the band Canvas from 1999 until the band parted ways in 2006. That same year, Julian played guitar on Blue October’s Foiled tour, covering Justin Furstenfeld’s guitar parts while Justin was injured. His performances included Lollapalooza on August 4, 2006, as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live! on June 28, 2006. Julian can be seen performing with Blue October during their 2006 VH1 sessions and he also played Blue October’s first shows in Europe, Mexico and Canada. Most notably, Julian performed with Blue October during their November 14, 2006 concert, opening for The Rolling Stones.
Julian’s career in rock music began growing up in Lubbock, Texas where he found his passion for music at a young age. He was the lead guitarist for Brother Love, working with Robert Wagner on vocals, Phil Galacia on bass and Xavier Muriel (of Buckcherry) on drums. In 1998 they released an eponymous album that was produced by Dick Wagner (Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, KISS). He also played lead guitar in the Teri Timms fronted rock band Onyxx from Austin, Texas as well as the band Litzbomb. In 2002 Julian temporarily joined Matt Noveskey’s band A+ Machines and recorded demos with the band, but departed before playing any public shows.
Julian Kayl Mandrake (born June 23, 1970 in San Diego, CA) is a guitarist best known for his work with the bands Canvas, Mothers Anthem, and Blue October