Harry Slash – Original ECW
This page is about Harry Slash during the original ECW promotion. He served several roles behind-the-scenes for ECW, appeared occasionally on-camera, and is most known by ECW fans for his band Harry and the Slashtones. Harry’s musical background led him to be involved with many pieces of music for ECW, most notably the “This Is Extreme” ECW theme which was made public at Barely Legal 1997.
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Credits For ECW Music (Per Harry Slash)
Harry reached out to us as he wanted to make sure that the performers with whom he worked on original ECW music received proper recognition from the fans. Per Harry, here are the names and the roles each individual served to help make the original music which ECW fans enjoyed:
The following musicians (and ECW wrestlers) performed on original ECW music produced by Harry Slash (in chronological order):
- Harry Slash: producer, vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar, engineer & song writer
- Steve Budgie Werner: drums
- Richie Scarlet: guitar & bass
- Andy Abbene: guitar
- Eddie Wohl: co-producer & engineer
- Roderick Kohn: guitar, bass, drum programming, keyboards, engineer, co-producer & song writer
- Taz: vocals
- Michael Lawler: guitar & backing vocals
- Tony Moore: vocals
- Arno Hecht: all saxophones and clarinet
- Even Steven Levee: bass
- Stephen Bondy: guitar, engineer, co-producer
- Francine Fournier: vocals
- Eddie Sperry: mastering, engineer & co-producer. (RIP)
- Garry G-Man Sullivan: drums
- Frankie Fortune: vocals (RIP)
- Mickey Leigh: guitar & song writer
- Frank Sannutto: drums
- Joey Fortune: guitar
- Dave E. Doom: guitar
- Adolph Marcellino: bass
- Joe Lynn Turner: vocals
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Harry Slash Items For Sale
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This portion of the page is for content found in the public domain pertaining to Harry Slash and ECW.
- In late Spring 2021, Harry did an episode with Francine on her “Eyes Up Here” podcast. There are several unique ECW stories which even many die-hard ECW fans don’t know, so visit this page and play the episode: Harry Slash Eyes Up Here W/ Francine podcast (player.fm)
Harry also appeared on a podcast in July 2021 telling several ECW stories:
The following two video interviews with Harry were upload to YouTube on the Juice Pro Wrestling Podcast channel in July 2022:
If you wish to learn more about other ECW alumni then click this link: ECW roster and employees
If you would like to watch original ECW video content on the WWE Network (or Peacock Network) then visit this link: ECW on the WWE Network
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