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Dave Navarro (born on June 7, 1967 in Santa Monica, California) is a guitarist who played in the prominent rock bands Jane's Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

David Michael Navarro was born to James "Mike" Navarro and Constance Hopkins who divorced when he was 7, and his mother was murdered when 8 years later. The killer was arrested many years later after a viewer tip when Navarro appeared on America's Most Wanted. Navarro has two half siblings, a brother and a sister, who are 27 and 31 years younger than him. Navarro has been married three times and divorced twice. He married his first wife, Tanja, in a pagan ceremony in 1990 and his second wife, Rhian, in a civil ceremony in 1994. Navarro married his current wife, model Carmen Electra, on November 22, 2003.

Navarro started playing guitar around the age of 12. He formed his first band South Dakota Railroad in junior high (where he also met future band mate Eric Avery). In high school, he formed the band Dizaztre with Stephen Perkins on drums and Rico Quevedo on bass and vocals. Navarro joined the band Jane's Addiction in 1986 with Navarro playing guitar, Perry Farrell on vocals, Avery on bass, and Perkins on drums. The band became successful but personal tensions led to their breakup in 1991 following their stint as headlining act on the highly popular Lollapalooza festival tour.

Navarro then formed Deconstruction with Avery on vocals/bass and Michael Murphy on drums and the band put out one self-titled album before breaking up. Navarro joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1993. Around this time he revealed that he considered himself to be bisexual and that he was having a non-romantic sexual relationship with band mate Anthony Kiedis; the two were often to be seen kissing or fondling one another in public and in fact had a high-sexual kiss in the video "Warped".
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Because their musical styles were different and Navarro left the band in 1998. He later formed a new band, Spread, which briefly included Smith. Jane's Addiction also reunited for a few shows in 1997, 1999, and 2001 with Flea and then Martyn Le Noble replacing Avery on bass. Navarro also played bass and guitar with his then girlfriend Monet Mazur's band Nancy Raygun in 1999.

In 2002, Jane's Addiction again reunited and recorded a studio album, with Chris Chaney now playing bass. Following the release of "Strays" in 2003, Jane's Addiction again broke up in mid-2004, and Navarro has now formed a new band with Perkins and Chaney.

In addition to his musical work, Navarro has briefly appeared in two movies, Floundering (1994) and Uptown Girls (2003). Navarro also wrote a movie review column entitled "Movies & Crap" for Bikini magazine with his cousin Johnny (although they referred to themselves as brothers in the column). Navarro has also written for Details, Nylon, Raygun, and US Weekly magazines and co-written a photo book entitled Don't Try This At Home. Navarro is also an excellent poker player, and has made several appearances on Celebrity Poker Showdown, playing no-limit Texas Hold-Em in support of his favorite charity.

with Jane's Addiction
Jane's Addiction (live at the Roxy in Los Angeles, CA January 26, 1987) 1987
Nothing's Shocking 1988
Ritual de Lo Habitual 1990
Live and Rare (Japan release)
Kettle Whistle (Jane's Relapse) 1997
Mountain Song (EP - UK release)
The Shocking E.P. (EP - UK release)
Three Days/Stop! (EP)
Been Caught Stealing (EP)
Classic Girl (EP)
Strays 2003
with Deconstruction
Deconstruction 1994
L.A. Song promo (EP)
with the Red Hot Chili Peppers
One Hot Minute 1995
Warped (EP)
My Friends (EP - UK release)
Aeroplane (EP)
Love Rollercoaster (EP)
Shallow Be Thy Game (EP - Australian release)
Coffee Shop (EP - German release)

Solo work
Rhimorse (EP - never released) 1995
Trust No One 2001
Rexall (EP - UK/Australia release)
Trust No One (promo sampler EP)
Rexall (EP)
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