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James "JLo" LoMenzo (born January 13, 1959 in Brooklyn, New York, United States) is an American heavy metal musician.
He was a member of the White Lion and performed with them from 1984 to 1991.
He was later known as the bassist for Black Label Society, Megadeth, and Slash's Snakepit.
He is best known for being a contestant on the 21st season of the reality television show The Amazing Race, aside from music.
He formed "Empty Sky," a folk band with hints of jazz in the late 1970s. The band was based out of Brooklyn and was one of the biggest up-and-coming young bands. LoMenzo was the lead vocalist and bassist. The band featured Robert Littera on lead guitar, Julie Pontecorvo on trumpet, Marco Lagana on trombone, Oscar Olivera on drums, Oscar Olivera on drums, Jean Buccella on rhythm guitar, and John Buccellato on electric piano. As the members began to mature and pursue their separate career paths, the band disbanded down.
He played bass with Clockwork, his first hard rock band, from 1980 to 1983. He spent time with Ray Gillen before joining White Lion in 1984.
He played bass with White Lion from 1984 to 1991, worked with White Lion drummer Greg D'Angelo, and later with Zakk Wylde's team, which later became Pride & Glory and released one album in 1994. Despite leaving the band during their 1994 tour, Zakk Wylde's 1996 solo album Book of Shadows returned to play on Zakk Wylde's 1996 solo album Book of Shadows. In 1994, he spent a brief time in Ozzy Osbourne's recording studio, but the recordings were not used, and Ozzmosis was re-recorded by new artists the next year. LoMenzo, a retired drummer from Pride & Glory, and guitarist Brian Tichy joined Slash's Snakepit as touring musicians in 1995. He appeared on his album Diamond Dave in the late 1990s and early 2000s and was a member of David Lee Roth's band in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
LoMenzo played Zakk Wylde in his band Black Label Society until October 2005, when he was replaced by Black Label Society's original bassist John DeServio.
LoMenzo played for thrash metal band Megadeth from February 2006 to February 2010. United Abominations, 2007, was the first Megadeth record he performed on. LoMenzo appeared on the band's new album, Endgame from 2009. LoMenzo was recalled on February 8, 2010.
LoMenzo had returned to Megadeth as Ellefson's replacement for the tour on August 11, 2021. Ellefson had been barred from the band three months before in May 2021. Lomenzo, the band's permanent member, was revealed on Megadeth's website on May 31, 2022.
LoMenzo played bass for Lynch Mob in 2010. He is also a member of the group "Hideous Sun Demons." LoMenzo appeared on X-Drive's album "Get Your Rock On" which was released by Frontiers Records and produced by Led Zeppelin engineer Andy Johns on August 25, 2014. On January 27, 2015), he is also included on the forthcoming Sweet & Lynch album, "Only to Rise" starring Michael Sweet, George Lynch, and Brian Tichy.
He joined John Fogerty's band in October 2013.
LoMenzo is a member of the band Firstborn, Chris Adler's first project (Lamb of God, Megadeth) as of June 2020.