Vik Foxx Drummer

''Vik "Vikki" Foxx''' (Victor Christopher Cerny, born September 20, 1969) was one of the founding members and drummer for Enuff Z'nuff]], but is most recognized as the drummer for the Vince Neil Band]] and the drummer and musical director for The Veronicas. He has also toured and played and jammed with Warrant, Bullet Boys, Texas Terry Bomb, Slink, Supercool, Pretty Boy Floyd, Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), Phil Soussan,(Ozzy), CC Deville (Poison), Gilby Clark (GnR), Slash (GnR), Eddie Van Halen (Van Hallen), Michael Anthony (Van Halen), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Steely Dan,Doobie Brothers), Steve Lukather (Toto), Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), Rick Neilson (Cheap Trick), Tom Peterson (Cheap Trick), Aynsley Dunbar (Journey,Foxx Played Bass), Steve Perry (Journey), Neil Schon (Journey), Timothy B Schmit (Eagles). In the summer of 2007 he did some shows for Dokken, due to regular Dokken drummer Mick Brown "Wild" Mick Brown being on tour with Ted Nugent. Foxx is known for coming in and "putting out the fire", learning twenty plus songs the night before a show when a band calls for his services. His uncle,(through marriage) is Remo Belli,(Remo Drum Heads). His cousin is actress Anna Chlumsky. Start in music. Vik grew up around the entertainment business. His Great Great Grandfather had a dancing bear in "Vaudeville". The Bear appeared in many shows including The Three Stooges. Viks Father Victor E. Cerny was a musician and played with many bands opening for the likes of, Roy Orbison and Little Richard. His Father bought him his first drum set at the age of 4.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 20th, 1969
United States of America

Musical acts

1.Warrant Heavy metal, Glam metal, Rock music, Hard rock

1997 - 1999

Warrant is an American glam metal band from Hollywood, California, that experienced success from 1989–1996 with five albums reaching international sales of over 10 million. The band first came into the national spotlight with their Double Platinum debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, and one of its singles, "Heaven," reached No. 1 in Rolling Stone and No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The band continued its success in the early 1990s with the Double Platinum album Cherry Pie which provided the hit album titled song and music video. Following the critically acclaimed Gold album Dog Eat Dog the band started to experience frequent changes to the line-up and despite the drop in popularity with the arrival of grunge, they released Ultraphobic in 1995 and a successful best of album in 1996. The band also changed their musical direction with the release of the grunge influenced Belly to Belly in 96, but returned to their roots very quickly by the end of the decade. The band experienced highs and lows in the 2000s with successful tours, a new covers album Under the Influence, lead singer Jani Lane leaving, a brand new Born Again album with new singer Jaime St.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Backing Vocals, Lead guitar, Guitar 1984
Bass guitar, Backing Vocals 1984
Drums, Percussion 1984 1985
Chris Vincent
Bass guitar 1984 1984
Guitar, Lead Vocals 1984 1985
Drums, Piano, Guitar, Percussion, Keyboard, Lead Vocals 1986 1993
Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals 1986 1994
Lead guitar, Guitar, Backing Vocals 1987 1994
David White
Backing Vocals, Keyboard 1992 1995
Lead guitar, Guitar 1994 2000
Percussion, Backing Vocals, Drums 1994 1996
Percussion, Drums, Backing Vocals 1996 1997
Drums, Percussion 1997 1999
Guitar, Lead guitar, Backing Vocals 2000 2004
Mike Fasano
Percussion, Backing Vocals, Drums 2000 2003
Keri Kelli
Guitar, Lead guitar 2000
Kevan Phares
Percussion, Drums 2003 2004
Lead Vocals 2004 2008
Robert Mason
Guitar, Lead Vocals 2008


Album title Released Type
Cherry Pie 1990 Studio album

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2.Enuff Z'Nuff Glam rock, Glam metal, Heavy metal, Power pop, Rock music, Hard rock

1987 - 1993

Enuff Z'Nuff, is an American hard rock band from Blue Island, Illinois. Founded by singer Donnie Vie and bassist Chip Z'Nuff, this Chicago area band is best known for their charting singles "Fly High Michelle" and "New Thing". Enuff Z'Nuff has continually recorded and toured throughout their career of more than 25 years, releasing 12 studio albums and a total of 20 CDs to date. Their songs have been recorded by several other musicians, some of which include Paul Gilbert, The Wildhearts, and Nelson. The band has a cult fan-base around the world which includes radio personality Howard Stern.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Drums 1987 1993
Donnie Vie
Vikki Fox
Chip Z'Nuff
Vocals, Bass guitar

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3.BulletBoys Glam metal, Rock music, Glam rock, Heavy metal, Hard rock

BulletBoys is an American hard rock group formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1987. The group's original lineup was composed of former Ratt guitarist/King Kobra lead vocalist Marq Torien, former King Kobra guitarist Mick Sweda, Lonnie Vencent and Jimmy D'Anda. The group released two successful albums and had a number of singles featured on MTV between 1988 and 1991. From the 90's onward, the group went through numerous lineup changes, with the exception of Torien who remained the only consistent member, which featured musicians such as Steven Adler and DJ Ashba among others. The original band reunited for one show in Dec. of 2011. To date, BulletBoys have released seven studio albums, BulletBoys; Freakshow; Za-Za; Acid Monkey; Sophie; 10c Billionaire, and Rocked and Ripped as well as the live album Behind the Orange Curtain.

Member history

Member Role Start End
Vocals 1987
Drums 1987 2002
Guitar 1987 2000
Drums, Percussion June, 1998 September, 1998
Guitar 1998 1999
Drums, Percussion 2000 2001
Guitar 2003 2003
Keri Kelli
Guitar 2003 2003
Chad McDonald
Stephen Jude Mills
Nick Rozz
Bass guitar
Percussion, Drums

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