Wazmo Nariz's next recording was the Big Records release Tell Me How To Live. The album cover was designed by Rick Landerman, who also designed logos and posters for him. Again, success was limited and five years went by before another recording was released, this time a 12" single "Yahoo Eeeee". Wazmo has worked with Stan Ridgway under his real name, Larry Grennan, along with his drummer Bruce Zelesnik. Zelesnik performed as a permanent member of Stan's band starting in 2002. Nariz's trademark was his tendency to wear two neckties side by side
Wazmo Nariz - Vocals Jeff Boynton - Keyboards Jeff Hill - Guitar and back-up vocals James E. McGreevey III - Bass Bruce Zelesnick. Wazmo keyboardist Jeff Boynton here. I just got a call from Larry Grennan AKA Wazmo Nariz. He asked me to put it put there that this is NOT him. Wazmo Nariz. 3 August 2015 ·. James Arthur Jancik has just graciously posted the Iron on Courage video on the page. Until now this has been lost footage. Every copy that I know of is so degraded its essentially unwatchable
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Wazmo Nariz – Tell Me How To Live 1981 LP Record Album SEALED New Wave Obscure. 5 album promo print ad wazmo nariz gadabout fiction records. 5 album promo print ad wazmo nariz ep the nazz rock n roll.
Wazmo Nariz (born Larry Grennan in Chicago, Illinois) was a quirky new wave singer and songwriter. His first success came with an independent single, " which was recorded and released on the independent Chicago label Fiction Records in 1978. The single was picked up and was one of Stiff Records' early releases in the UK. They released an EP the next year and . Records founder Miles Copeland III signed Wazmo and his band to Illegal Records/I. Wazmo Nariz's next recording was the Big Records release Tell Me How To Live.
Wazmo Nariz's next recording was the Big Records release Tell Me How To Live. Nariz's trademark was his tendency to wear two neckties side by side