Jon Schaffer

Jon Schaffer

Jon Ryan Schaffer (born March 15, 1968 in Franklin, Indiana) is an American heavy metal musician. He is best known as the guitarist and last original member of the Florida-based heavy metal band Iced Earth, which he formed in 1985 under the name "Purgatory". He also sings in his side project Sons of Liberty and plays guitar for Demons and Wizards, his collaboration with Blind Guardian frontman Hansi K├╝rsch.

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The Melancholy E.P. - Track Listing
... "Melancholy (Holy Martyr)" Jon Schaffer Something Wicked This Way Comes 447 2 ... "Watching Over Me" Jon Schaffer Something Wicked This Way Comes 428 4 ... "I Died for You" Jon Schaffer The Dark Saga 347 ...
Gene Adam
... of Iced Earth/Purgatory, he did not get to write most of the lyrics along with Jon Schaffer and Randall Shawver ... Jon Schaffer was then introduced to John Greely through their mutual friend Tom Morris and after one short practice he was hired to replace Gene ... Gene left due to the fact that Jon Schaffer would not allow him to contribute lyrics ...
Something Wicked Saga - Overview
... "Coming Curse," served as the backbone to the Jon Schaffer's Something Wicked story, as well as concert staples ... In December 2006, Jon Schaffer posted a journal announcing that Iced Earth's new album, then titled Something Wicked - Part 1, would be released in September/October 2007 ... On June 25, Schaffer uploaded the cover of the album on icedearth.com ...
Something Wicked This Way Comes (Iced Earth Album) - Writing and Recording
... According to Jon Schaffer, because many of Iced Earth's fans felt that The Dark Saga lacked in speed and heaviness, the band tried to have a more diverse collection of songs on ... album is also notable for being the first to feature Jon Schaffer's Something Wicked Saga ... Originally Schaffer had planned to have the entire record be a concept album on the "Something Wicked" storyline, but because some songs unrelated to the concept, had already been ...

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