Erik Francis Schrody, known by his stage name Everlast, is an American musician, singer, rapper, actor, and songwriter, known for his solo work and as the front-man for hip hop group House of Pain. He was also part of the hip hop supergroup La Coka Nostra, which consists of members of House of Pain and other rappers. In 2000, he received a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal with Latin rock band Santana for "Put Your Lights On".
|Birth name:||Erik Francis Schrody|
|Also known as:||Whitey Ford|
|Born:||August 18, 1969, Long Island, New York, U.S.|
|Origin:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Genres:||Hip hop, rock, blues, country|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, piano, turntables|
|Labels:||Martyr Inc, Warner Bros, Tommy Boy, Island, Island Def Jam, Universal, Play It Again Sam|
|Associated acts:||House of Pain, La Coka Nostra, Soul Assassins, Cypress Hill, DJ Muggs, Ice-T, Santana, Ill Bill, Kurupt, Sadat X, Bronx Style Bob, The Alchemist|
|Twitter:||Everlast (musician)'s Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Everlast (musician)'s Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Everlast (musician)'s IMDb|
|SoundCloud:||Everlast (musician)'s SoundCloud|
Rapper who recorded Whitey Ford Sings The Blues. He was known for solo hit What It's Like from 1998 and as frontman for House of Pain.
He was mentored by Ice-T, even after his first solo album bombed.
His birth name was Erik Francis Schrody. He and Eminem carried on a very bitter and public feud beginning in 1999.
He married model and April 2005 Penthouse Pet Lisa Schrody in May 2009 with whom he fathered two daughters.
He worked with Carlos Santana on Put Your Lights On, winning the 2000 Grammy for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
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