John Dolmayan is an Armenian-American musician, songwriter and drummer. He is best known as the drummer of System of a Down. Dolmayan is also the drummer for the band Indicator and former drummer for Scars on Broadway. Loudwire listed him as one of the Top 66 Hard Rock + Metal Drummers of All Time, with Dolmayan being ranked at number 31.
|Born:||July 15, 1973, Beirut, Lebanon|
|Origin:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Genres:||Alternative metal, nu metal, experimental rock, hard rock|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, drummer|
|Labels:||Interscope, Serjical Strike, American, Columbia, Axis of Justice|
|Associated acts:||System of a Down, Axis of Justice, Serj Tankian, Scars on Broadway|
|Website:||John Dolmayan's Official site|
|Twitter:||John Dolmayan's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||John Dolmayan's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||John Dolmayan's IMDb|
|Spotify:||John Dolmayan's Spotify|
|iTunes:||John Dolmayan's iTunes|
About John Dolmayan
Drummer for the rock bands System of a Down and Scars on Broadway. He founded Torpedo Comics in Nevada.
His family fled Lebanon when civil war broke out. At two years old, he was already expressing interest in playing drums.
He is a fan of The Who drummer Keith Moon.
His father was a saxophone player and influenced him to pursue music.
He is in System of a Down with Serj Tankian.
Information related to John Dolmayan
- Armenian rock musicians
- Nu metal drummers
- Progressive rock drummers
- System of a Down members
- Alternative metal musicians
- Lebanese emigrants to the United States
- Lebanese Armenians
- American experimental musicians
- American heavy metal drummers