Birth Name: Warren William Zevon
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Years Active: 1965–2003
Warren William Zevon (January 24, 1947 - September 7, 2003) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician noted for including his unique and sometimes sardonic opinions of life in his musical lyrics, composing songs that were sometimes humorous and often had political or historical themes. Zevon's first attempt at a solo album, 1969’s “Wanted Dead or Alive,” was produced by 1960s cult figure Kim Fowley but did not sell well. Flashes of Zevon's later writing preoccupations of romantic loss and noir-ish violence are present in songs like "Tule's Blues" and "A Bullet for Ramona." By September 1975, Zevon had moved to Los Angeles, where he roomed with then-unknown Stevie Nicks and L...
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