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Dave Navarro
Navarro in 2010
Navarro in 2010
Background information
Birth nameDavid Michael Navarro
Born (1967-06-07) June 7, 1967 (age 55)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Years active1985–present
Member ofJane's Addiction
Formerly ofRed Hot Chili Peppers

David Michael Navarro (born June 7, 1967) is an American guitarist. He is best known as a member of the rock band Jane's Addiction, with whom he has recorded four studio albums. Between 1993 and 1998, Navarro was the guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, recording one studio album, One Hot Minute (1995), before departing.[3] He has also released one solo album, Trust No One (2001). Navarro has also been a member of Jane's Addiction-related bands Deconstruction and the Panic Channel.

AllMusic's Greg Prato described Navarro as "one of alternative rock's first true guitar heroes", with an eclectic playing style that merges heavy metal, psychedelia, and modern rock.[1] "He's one of the last great guitarists," said Henry Rollins, former Black Flag singer, who saw him playing with Jane's Addiction.[4]

Navarro was also the host and one of the judges on Ink Master, an American tattoo competition reality series that aired on Paramount Network (formerly called Spike) from 2012 to 2020.[5]

Personal life

Early life and family

David Michael Navarro was born on June 7, 1967, in Santa Monica, California, the son of James Raul Navarro and Constance Colleen Hopkins.[6] His paternal grandparents were Mexican immigrants.[7] His grandfather Gabriel Navarro was close friends with Mexican silent film actor Ramón Novarro, who allegedly adopted his artistic surname.[8] He attended Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California, where he was a member of the marching band with future Jane's Addiction bandmate Stephen Perkins.[9]

Navarro's mother and aunt were murdered by her ex-boyfriend, John (Dean) Riccardi, in March 1983. Riccardi was arrested in 1991,[10] thanks to a viewer tip after Riccardi was featured on the television series America's Most Wanted.[11] During his appearance on America's Most Wanted in 2004, Navarro stated that he was supposed to visit and stay with his mother on the night of her murder but at the last minute went to stay with his father.[12] In 2015, Navarro released the documentary Mourning Son, which details his mother's murder and his spiral into drug addiction, as well as the pain he has had to overcome in the years since her death.[13]


Navarro has been married three times: celebrity makeup artist Tania Goddard-Saylor (1990–1992, divorced), Rhian Gittins (1994, annulled), and model and actress Carmen Electra (2003–2007, divorced).[14][15] As of May 2022, Navarro is engaged to Vanessa DuBasso


Navarro was a performer at the Republican National Convention in 2012 in which Mitt Romney was nominated for president.[16] In 2016, he described his views in a Tweet as "Libertarian".[17] Navarro had stated he was supporting Marianne Williamson as a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries.[18][19] He subsequently expressed support for Tulsi Gabbard, including having her on his show.[20][21]


Navarro in 2010

Early influence

He said that "When I was very young, it was always Jimi Hendrix."[22] He was also fascinated by Yngwie Malmsteen for a brief period.[22] Navarro also stated that he learned a lot from Robert Smith of the Cure and Daniel Ash of Bauhaus.[22] He also said: "And I have always loved all the different guitarists that have been in Siouxsie and the Banshees".[22] He considers that "The great innovators, for me, are still Hendrix and [Jimmy] Page."[22] Van Halen's debut album was another reason why he learned to play guitar.[23]


Navarro joined the band Jane's Addiction in 1986 as the lead guitarist after he was recommended to vocalist Perry Farrell by drummer Stephen Perkins, who was a childhood friend of Navarro's.[9] The band became successful and was popular in the alternative-rock music scene. Over the next five years, Jane's Addiction released three albums, Jane's Addiction (1987), Nothing's Shocking (1988) and Ritual de lo Habitual (1990). Personal tensions, however, led to their breakup in 1991. The Lollapalooza festival was created by Farrell as a farewell tour for Jane's Addiction.

After the departure of Guns N' Roses' original rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin in August 1991, Navarro was the first choice of lead singer Axl Rose to replace Stradlin; despite four attempts to have him come in and play with Slash, he never showed up. However, he later went on to play on the 1999 Guns N' Roses song "Oh My God",[24] which was featured on the End of Days soundtrack. In 1993, Navarro formed Deconstruction with Jane's Addiction's Eric Avery on vocals and bass and Michael Murphy on drums. The band put out one self-titled album in 1994. Rick Rubin was involved in the production and Butthole Surfers singer Gibby Haynes makes a guest appearance. They did not tour due to Avery's exhaustion after Jane's Addiction.


Navarro joined Red Hot Chili Peppers in September 1993. His first large-scale performance with the band was at Woodstock '94. The only album on which Navarro played with Red Hot Chili Peppers, One Hot Minute, was released in 1995. The band later recorded and released a cover of the Ohio Players' song "Love Rollercoaster" for the Beavis and Butthead Do America soundtrack, which was released as a single. The band also contributed the John Lennon song "I Found Out" to the Working Class Hero: A Tribute to John Lennon album, as well as the One Hot Minute outtake "Melancholy Mechanics" to the Twister soundtrack.

In 1995, Navarro played guitar for Alanis Morissette's track "You Oughta Know" on one of the 1990s' most successful albums, Jagged Little Pill.[24]

Despite mixed reviews, One Hot Minute sold over eight million copies worldwide and produced three hit singles. Navarro toured with Jane's Addiction for their 1997 Relapse tour with Flea on bass. After two years of touring on and off with Red Hot Chili Peppers, and his subsequent heroin relapse, Navarro was fired in 1998 over "creative differences".

Navarro also remixed Janet Jackson's "What'll I Do" for her Janet Remixed album during this time.


The summer 2001 album Trust No One (Capitol Records) marked his solo debut. The band assembled for the accompanying US tour consisted of Navarro, guitarist Dave Kushner, bassist Miiko Watanabe and drummer Angel Roché, Jr.. In 2002, Jane's Addiction reformed with bass player Chris Chaney and started work on a new album. The band entered the studio with veteran rock producer Bob Ezrin, resulting in the album Strays and the Lollapalooza 2003 tour in support of the album. In 2002, Michael Jackson performed at the Apollo Theater, and Navarro played guitar for his hit song "Black or White". During this time Navarro also made a cameo in Mariah Carey's "Bringin' On the Heartbreak" music video.

Navarro began working with Camp Freddy during this time. In 2003, he and his fiancée, Carmen Electra, agreed to have their wedding preparations filmed for an MTV show titled Til Death Do Us Part; Camp Freddy played at the reception. The show was a success and was released on DVD in the fall of 2005. Navarro's book, Don't Try This at Home, was published on October 5, 2004 by ReganBooks, and quickly became a Los Angeles Times bestseller.

Navarro appeared in two tournaments on Celebrity Poker Showdown in 2004. In the third tournament of the series, he won his qualifying game and appeared in the championship round. In the fourth series, he appeared only in a qualifying round.[25]

2006 to present

Navarro co-hosted with Brooke Burke, two seasons of the Mark Burnett television series: Rock Star: INXS and Rock Star: Supernova. Navarro and his band, the Panic Channel, released their album One, in August 2006. They toured with Rock Star Supernova (the band formed from the series) in January/February 2007. During this period, Navarro had his own internet radio station. He soon broadened his creativity with an internet talk show called: Dave Navarro's SPREAD TV, which was streamed on ManiaTV.com and was made available for download on iTunes. The show highlighted avant-garde subjects, artistry, and the human condition. Videos from the series are also available on Navarro's YouTube channel.

Navarro and Sasha Grey, 2007

In 2007, Navarro also teamed with Teravision to direct his first adult movie, Broken starring Sasha Grey, in the first of a planned series of celebrity-directed adult movies.[26] This effort won "Best High End All-Sex Release" at the 2008 AVN Awards.[27] Navarro appeared in Season 1 and Season 2 of Z Rock[28] with Brooklyn-based band ZO2 on IFC.[29] In 2008, he recorded additional riffs for the version of "Black Cat" performed on Janet Jackson's Rock Witchu Tour, appearing on screens during the rendition.[30]

Jane's Addiction reunited once more in 2008 with all of the original members. The tumultuous band's reunion influenced NME magazine to choose Jane's Addiction as the recipient of their "Godlike Genius Award for Services to Music". Soon after performing together for the first time in 17 years at the NME Award ceremony in Los Angeles, the band was contacted by Trent Reznor. Reznor began working with Jane's Addiction in his studio; they recorded and released two songs ("Chip Away" and "Whores") online on the NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler. Both songs were previously released on their self-titled 1987 live album. This time together in the studio led directly to the pairing of Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction for a worldwide tour in 2009. The tour was branded the NIN/JA tour by fans.

During August 2009, Navarro toured southern California as part of the Billy Corgan-led band Spirits in the Sky.

Navarro performing in 2009

In 2010, he posed naked for PETA's anti-fur campaign, "Ink Not Mink".[31] He stripped down again for the group's anti animal-testing campaign in 2013.[32]

In 2011, Navarro appeared as the "Director" of a Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, playing a complicated passage for a "camper" to emulate, in a commercial for Citibank.[33][34]

Navarro featured on the track "Girls/Fast Cars" on the album The Wombats Proudly Present: This Modern Glitch by indie rock band the Wombats.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers were named 2012 inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Despite being in the band for five years and playing on one album, Navarro was not inducted. When the announcement was made of the induction, Navarro said he was happy for the band but later said he had no plans to attend the ceremony, which was held in April 2012.[35] Anthony Kiedis was asked why Navarro was not included in the induction and he responded by saying "He's in this other band, which may in fact be inducted itself one day, called Jane's Addiction. I think that's the band closest to his heart, and that most represents his contribution to the world in terms of music. So maybe it makes more sense for him to be inducted one day as a member of Jane's Addiction." According to the Hall of Fame and the Chili Peppers' lawyer, it is the Hall of Fame's decision on which members are inducted. They eventually selected original members, current members and those who have appeared on multiple albums. Ex-Peppers guitarist Jack Sherman disagreed and felt that both he and Navarro were being treated unfairly by the band, and believed they did have a say in who was inducted. Drummer Chad Smith was the only band member to acknowledge both Navarro and Sherman (along with other former members) during his induction speech.[36]

Navarro appeared in four episodes of the FX drama Sons of Anarchy in 2012[37] and appeared as a guest on an episode of Talking Dead.[38] In February 2013, he had a guest role in Law and Order: SVU, playing a sound engineer.[39] In January 2012, Navarro became host and judge on the Paramount show Ink Master.

On February 8, 2020, Navarro performed with Jane's Addiction at a memorial show for Andrew Burkle, son of billionaire Ronald Burkle who died in January 2020. Navarro was photographed for the first time in 23 years with his former Red Hot Chili Peppers bandmates, who also performed. John Frusciante, who replaced Navarro in the band back in 1998, performed briefly with Jane's Addiction marking the first time the two Chili Peppers guitarists have shared a stage together.[40][41]

On December 20, 2021, Navarro and Billy Morrison held their third annual Above Ground benefit concert in Los Angeles. They were joined onstage by Anthony Kiedis for a performance of Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side". This marked the first performance of Kiedis and Navarro together in 24 years since Navarro was fired from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.[42]

Navarro sat out a joint tour between Jane's Addiction and the Smashing Pumpkins in 2022 due to long COVID; his place was filled by Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen for the duration of the tour.[43] Navarro will again be absent from Jane's Addiction on their 2023 tour while still battling the effects of long COVID, and Josh Klinghoffer will play guitar in his place.[44]


Navarro alongside Jay Grdina and Shanna Moakler at the Playboy Mansion in 2006

During the first few years of Jane's Addiction, Dave played a black Gibson Les Paul. Around the time of the band's major label debut Nothing's Shocking in 1988, he played Ibanez RG series guitars, including one custom painted with the album cover art. He is seen in the film "Gift" and the "Stop" video playing a blue Ibanez RG, which suggests it was used in the recording of the album Ritual de lo Habitual. During the 1990 Ritual tour, he primarily played a custom-shaped single cutaway gold Ibanez.

Dave began using PRS Guitars on the Lollapalooza tour in 1991. His signature model PRS (White with Gold Hardware)[45] is now his primary stage guitar. He has several models in his regular stage and studio rig, and was only the third PRS artist to have both a Maryland-made and SE version of their Signature Model.[46]

He used a Parker Fly Deluxe for the Chili Peppers days during the live versions of "My Friends".[citation needed] He used it for its clean tones and its piezoelectric pickup that sounds similar to an acoustic guitar.[citation needed]

During this era, Dave used a Fender Stratocaster for the brighter blues and funk tones required for the Red Hot Chili Peppers catalog.[citation needed] He has several[weasel words] Stratocasters in his possession.[citation needed] He also had a Modulus Stratocaster-like[clarification needed] guitar made for him.[citation needed]

Dave has also been seen playing Kramer Van Halen Signature Guitars,[citation needed] Fender Telecasters,[citation needed] Takamine Acoustic 12 strings,[citation needed] and even a Squier Hello Kitty Stratocaster given to him by Carmen.[citation needed]

Since late 2008, Dave has been seen both live and in studio using a custom white Ibanez RG, with a humbucker/single/single pickup layout, gold hardware, and a vintage style tremolo, essentially an Ibanez version of his PRS Guitars Signature Model.[45] Dave previously used a vintage Marshall JCM800, but now plays through two Marshall JCM900 amplifiers which are dubbed Tangerine and Peach. For large gigs he will also use a Marshall Mode 4 for clean tones. In the studio he is also commonly known to use a Vox AC30 for cleans and a Bogner Uberschall for dirty tones.

For effects, Dave prefers BOSS. He uses a BOSS Octave Pedal, two BOSS DD3 Digital Delays, a BOSS Turbo distortion for extra volume during soloing, a Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Pedal and several others.

Epiphone Guitars (a subsidiary of Gibson) released its Dave Navarro Artist Acoustic in July 2010. According to an interview with Navarro on Gibson.com, the new guitar is based upon the classic Gibson (and Epiphone) "Hummingbird" design, and has already been played by the guitarist in the studio while recording with Jane's Addiction.[47] Named "Jane", the new guitar is black in color (as opposed to Navarro's usual white guitars), and sports a dead tree and crows on the pickguard, rather than the traditional Hummingbird and foliage images.


Solo discography


List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
Trust No One 61 187


  • Rhimorse (1995)


List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Main

"Rexall" 2001 8 9 12 Trust No One
"Hungry" 38 24 38

With Jane's Addiction

With Deconstruction

With Red Hot Chili Peppers

Guest appearances

With Janet Jackson

With Nine Inch Nails

With Alanis Morissette
With Marilyn Manson
With Guns N' Roses
With Perry Farrell
With P.Diddy
With Christina Aguilera
With Gene Simmons
With Glenn Hughes
With Tommy Lee
With the Panic Channel
With Dead Celebrity Status
With Grey Daze
  • 2022 The Phoenix – guitar solo on "Holding You"


Year Title Role Notes
1993 Sexual Intent Kidnapper #3
1994 Floudering Drug kid
1999 Martial Law Spitz 1 episode
2001 Charmed Self S4 Episode 4
2003 Uptown Girls Rock Star
2005–2006 Rock Star Host 2 Seasons
2008 Rules of the Game Self 1 episode
2008–2009 Z Rock Dave 2 episodes
2010 FCU: Fact Checkers Unit Dave 8 episodes
2011 One Tree Hill Himself 1 episode
2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Mr: Ferrari 1 episode
2012–2013 Sons of Anarchy Arcadio 4 episodes
2017 Odd Mom Out Dave Navarro 1 episode
2012–2020, 2022 Ink Master Host/Judge Competition show


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