Christopher Lee DeGarmo (born June 14, 1963) is an American guitarist and songwriter, best known for being a lead and rhythm guitarist, backing vocalist, and primary songwriter in the progressive metal band Queensrÿche from their formation in 1980 until 1998, and with whom he played during their most commercially successful period. He briefly returned for collaborations in 2003 and 2007. DeGarmo was a member of Jerry Cantrell's band during his 1998 solo tour, and also contributed to his 2002 album, Degradation Trip. In 1999, he co-founded the short-lived supergroup Spys4Darwin with Alice in Chains drummer Sean Kinney. Since departing from Queensrÿche, DeGarmo has made his living as a professional private jet pilot. Since 2009, he has been making music with his daughter Rylie DeGarmo under the name The Rue, and collaborated with Alice in Chains on their 2018 album, Rainier Fog. DeGarmo was nominated for three Grammy Awards as a songwriter.
|Birth name||Christopher Lee DeGarmo|
|Born||June 14, 1963|
Wenatchee, Washington, United States
|Instruments||Guitar, keyboards, piano, vocals|
Rhythm guitarist who has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and co-founded the heavy metal band Queensryche.
He grew up near Wenatchee, Washington.
He started a band named The Mob in high school, covering Iron Maiden and Judas Priest songs.
After leaving Queensryche, he found time to fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot.
He once told ESPN that he is a big fan of Tony Romo.
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● Chris Degarmo was born on June 14, 1963 (age 59) in Wenatchee, Washington, United States ● He is a celebrity guitarist
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