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Full Name Jerry Only
Profession Bassist
Date of Birth April 21 , 1959
Current Age 64 years
Place of Birth Lodi
Birth Country United States
Nationality U.S. citizens
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 64 years old)

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Jerry Only is one of the famous Bassist, who was born on the memorable day of April 21 in the year 1959. Hailing from the vibrant city of New Jersey, Jerry Only is a proud citizen of United States.

Bassist and vocalist for the horrorpunk band The Misfits, who was briefly a World Championship Wrestling cage match fighter.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Jerry Only continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Jerry Only
Popular As: Jerry Only
First Name: Jerry
Last Name: Only
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 21
Birth Year: 1959
Age: 64-years
Siblings: Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein
Education: Lodi High School; Berklee College of Music


He came to The Misfits in 1977 after just a few months of owning his new bass guitar, a present from his father.

In the WCW he was involved in a memorable steel cage match against Dr. Death; he won thanks to distraction provided by his Misfits bandmates.


He was born in Lodi, New Jersey. His brother is bandmate Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. He was reportedly one of the last people to see Sid Vicious on the night of his heroin overdose in 1979.

Jerry Only Timeline

He started The Misfits with Glenn Danzig on vocals and Manny on drums in 1977, just a few months after receiving his first bass as a late Christmas present.
Earlier in the day Vicious had been released on bail from Riker’s Island the alleged murder of his girlfriend Nancy Spungen who was found stabbed to death at the Chelsea Hotel in October 1978.
On 1 February 1979, Only attended a party on Bank Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village and was introduced to Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious who was in town to launch himself as a solo artist.
He reformed the band with Doyle (who played guitar from 1980 to 1983), vocalist Michale Graves, and drummer Dr.
Danzig claims that this violated a 1994 contract the two had.
In 1995, Only settled a legal battle out of court with co-founder Glenn Danzig, allowing him rights to the Misfits' name on a performing level, while they split the money on merchandising.