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}}'''Jeff Ward''' (November 1962–March 19, 1993) toured with [[Nine Inch Nails]] as the drummer, beginning with the Sin tour and for all the 1991 shows, replacing [[Chris Vrenna]] who had been fired during that period. He had also worked with Ministry, Lard, and Revolting Cocks, among others.
 
}}'''Jeff Ward''' (November 1962–March 19, 1993) toured with [[Nine Inch Nails]] as the drummer, beginning with the Sin tour and for all the 1991 shows, replacing [[Chris Vrenna]] who had been fired during that period. He had also worked with Ministry, Lard, and Revolting Cocks, among others.
  
Sadly, Ward died in 1993 of self-induced carbon monoxide poisoning after a long struggle with heroin addiction. ''[[The Downward Spiral (halo)|The Downward Spiral]]'' contains a dedication to him in its liner notes.
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Ward died in 1993 of self-induced carbon monoxide poisoning after a long struggle with heroin addiction. ''[[The Downward Spiral (halo)|The Downward Spiral]]'' contains a dedication to him in its liner notes.
  
 
==Body Of Work==
 
==Body Of Work==

Revision as of 08:14, 21 February 2014


Jeff Ward
Jeffward.jpg
Instruments: Drums
Years: 1990-1991
Tours: Sin Tour-Pretty Hate Machine European Tour

Jeff Ward (November 1962–March 19, 1993) toured with Nine Inch Nails as the drummer, beginning with the Sin tour and for all the 1991 shows, replacing Chris Vrenna who had been fired during that period. He had also worked with Ministry, Lard, and Revolting Cocks, among others.

Ward died in 1993 of self-induced carbon monoxide poisoning after a long struggle with heroin addiction. The Downward Spiral contains a dedication to him in its liner notes.

Body Of Work

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