Dave Navarro is a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter from the United States who has released several albums. Although he is best known as a member of the rock band Jane’s Addiction, he has played an important role in numerous other bands as well. Red Hot Chili Peppers were another of his renowned bands, and he had a hand in one of their albums.
Deconstruction and The Panic Channel are among the other bands he has played in. Dave has released a solo CD in addition to his involvement with both of these bands. Aside from being a successful musician, Dave has had tremendous success in the entertainment industry as an actor and a host. His most well-known television performances were on the show “Ink Master.”
Dave Navarro Early Life
Navarro was born on the 7th of June in Santa Monica, California as David Michael Navarro. Navarro originally picked up a guitar at the age of seven, inspired by the music of Jimi Hendrix. Dave went to Sherman Oaks High School, where he was a member of the marching band with Stephen Perkins in his early years.
Navarro’s mother was murdered by an ex-boyfriend while he was a teenager. Dave’s parents were living apart at the time of the murder, and he was with his father at the time. Navarro later said that the death of his mother was a contributing factor in his descent into drug addiction and mental health concerns.
Dave Navarro Career
Navarro joined Jane’s Addiction in 1986 as their lead guitarist, and he has been with the band ever since. A longtime friend of Dave’s, drummer Stephen Perkins, had previously joined the group. After a few more years, Jane’s Addiction became one of the most popular alternative rock bands in the world. Three of the band’s albums were produced by Dave while he was a member. The first was Jane’s Addiction’s self-titled live album, released in 1987. Critics hailed the album’s release as proof that the band had grown up.
The first major-label studio album “Nothing’s Shocking” was Navarro’s contribution. It was released by Warner Bros. Records and garnered favorable reviews from critics, but failing to crack the top 100 on the Billboard album list. The band’s internal conflicts began to grow at this moment.
Although Jane’s Addiction disbanded in 1990, they released a second studio album that year. This second studio album, titled “Ritual de lo habitual,” was a great commercial success. The album was quickly certified double platinum in the United States thanks to singles like “Been Caught Stealing” and “Stop.” “Ritual de lo habitual” sold 500,000 copies in its first month of release.
Unfortunately, “Jane’s Addiction” would break up in 1991 after releasing this album. When Guns N’ Roses and Butthole Surfers broke up, Navarro toured with them. Deconstruction was also formed during this time. He finally settled down with the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1993. One Hot Minute” was the band’s 1995 album, and he performed live and contributed to it. After a heroin relapse, Navarro was sacked from the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1998.
Dave Navarro Engaged
Before now, Dave Navarro hasn’t been in a relationship of any sort. He has been romantically linked to Jayme Langford (2010), Izabella Miko (2009), Amie Nicole (2008–2009), Kelly Carlson (2007), Tami Donaldson (2007), Jasmine Lenard (2007–2008), Jenna Presley (2005–2007), Sherrie Rose (1999–2000), Lexus Locklear (1998), Monet Mazur (1996–1997), Karrie Wuhrer, Nicole Bennett, Bobbie Brown, and Angel Aviles.
Surveys suggest that 40% of males declare “I love you” to their spouse within the first month of a relationship, but men wait 90 days on average, and women wait 134 days. In addition to Carmen Electra, Rhian Gittins, and Tania Goddard, Dave Navarro has been married three times. She is childless.
Dave Navarro's Marriage three times
The ex-guitarist of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers may have been taking a break from his many failed relationships. Tania Goddard, a cosmetics artist, and his first publicized ex-wife was his first publicized failed relationship. After a two-year marriage ended in 1992, the tattoo fan married Rhian Gittins in 1994, but the marriage lasted only a few months before ending as well.
Carmen Electra became the guitarist’s third wife in 2003 after he divorced his second wife and remarried for the third time.
Dave and Carmen Electra, his third wife. “(People)” is the source of this information. Til Death Do Us Part launched Dave’s third marriage to Baywatch star Carmen on television screens, unlike any of his other weddings, which he kept private.
Til Death Do Us Part
Til Death Do Us Part, an MTV reality show about the relationship of Dave and Carmen, premiered in January 2004 and lasted seven episodes. Their divorce in 2007 came as a surprise to the rest of the world as they appeared to be on their way to a new chapter in their lives. Their divorce was characterized early Life as an amicable separation, and the couple reaffirmed their love for one another. Dave made a statement when discussing the divorce.