D. J. Bonebrake Bio, Wiki, Songs and Albums, Age, Education, Family, Children, Wife, Net Worth, and Career

D. J. Bonebrake Biography

D. J. Bonebrake (Donald J. Bonebrake) is an American musician from California who first emerged as the drummer of the punk rock band the Eyes. He is best known as an original member of and drummer for punk band X, of which he is still an active member.

D. J. Bonebrake Age|Birthday

He is 67 years old as of 2023. Bonebrake was born on December 8, 1955, in California, USA. He celebrates his birthday on the 8th of December every year.

D. J. Bonebrake Education

He has not disclosed information on where he attended High School or College/ University. The information will however be updated as soon as it is available.

D. J. Bonebrake Height

He stands on an average height of 5 Feet 4 inches and weighs around 70kgs.

D. J. Bonebrake Family

He was born and raised in the United State. However, he has not revealed information regarding his family members, this information is currently under review and will be updated soon.

D. J. Bonebrake
D. J. Bonebrake

D. J. Bonebrake Wife

He has not revealed whether he is in a relationship as he likes to keep his personal life private. However, this information is under review and will be updated as soon as it is available.

D. J. Bonebrake Children

 He has not revealed whether he has children as he likes to keep her personal life private. However, this information is under review and will be updated as soon as it is available.

D. J. Bonebrake Career

Bonebrake is the only founding member of X from California (the other three are from Illinois), having grown up in the San Fernando Valley. He also performed with two of the band’s side projects: the country/folk music/punk band the Knitters (with his bandmates John Doe and Exene Cervenka), and Auntie Christ (with Cervenka).

While a member of X, Bonebrake briefly guested as the drummer for the Germs, and during 1981, he and Doe served as members of the Flesh Eaters, performing on that band’s second album, A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die.

In 2010, Bonebrake joined the Rancid side project Devil’s Brigade, and later in 2013, he joined the World Takes, helmed by Stephen Maglio. The band released an album, Love Songs for eX’s, and toured with the Meat Puppets.

Although most of his work has been within the punk genre, Bonebrake heads two jazz ensembles: the Bonebrake Syncopators, who play classical jazz, and the Afro-Cuban and Latin-inspired Orchestra Superstring. He has also performed as a timpanist with the Palisades Symphony

D. J. Bonebrake Associated Acts

  • The Eyes
  • X
  • The Germs
  • The Flesh Eaters
  • The Knitters
  • Auntie Christ
  • Devil’s Brigade
  • The World Takes
  • The Bonebrake Syncopators
  • Orchestra Superstring

D. J. Bonebrake Albums

  • Los Angeles 1980
  • 20th Century Women 2016
  • Wild Gift 1981
  • Under the Big Black Sun 1982
  • More Fun in the New World 1983
  • See How We Are 1987
  • X – Live in Los Angeles 2005
  • (GI) 1979
  • Poor Little Critter on the Road 1985
  • The Modern Sounds of the Knitters 2005
  • Live at the Whisky a Go-Go 1988
  • Ain’t Love Grand! 1985
  • Lexicon Devil 1978
  • Beyond and Back: The X Anthology 1997
  • Yes L.A. 1979
  • Merry Xmas from X 2009
  • TAQN 2009
  • Rock Classics: The Collection 2017
  • What We Do Is Secret 1981
  • 50 Punk Rock Hits 2010
  • Unclogged 1995
  • Flesh Eaters 1978

D. J. Bonebrake Songs

  • Lexicon Devil 1979
  • Manimal 1979
  • Johny Hit and Run Paulene 1980
  • I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts 1983
  • Richie Dagger’s Crime 1979
  • We Must Bleed 1979
  • Burning House of Love 1985
  • Forming 1981
  • Wild Thing 1985
  • Sugarlight 1980
  • We’re Desperate 1981
  • The World’s a Mess, It’s in My Kiss 1980
  • Sugar Sugar 1981
  • My Life to Live 1982
  • Sex Boy 1981
  • What We Do Is Secret 1979
  • No God 2010
  • Circle One 2010
  • Black Temptation 2019
  • Land Of Treason 1979
  • Your Phone’s Off the Hook, But You’re Not 1980
  • White Girl 1981
  • Breathless 1983
  • Dynamite Hemorrhage 1980
  • My Tunnel 2010
  • Nausea 1980
  • The New World 1983
  • Media Blitz 1979
  • Let’s Pretend 1979
  • Sex and Dying in High Society 1980
  • The Unheard Music 1980
  • Strange Notes 1979

D. J. Bonebrake Net worth

He has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which he earns from his career.

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