Live performances / band photos only.

Richard Suligowski (born December 28, 1955), better known today as Rik Fox, is an American heavy metal bassist. Things came to a head during recording what would have been their first album when, after apologizing to the producer of these sessions, Bill Metoyer, Fox stormed out of the session.

(including, “We’re Stars” - Irvine Meadows, (Sacred Heart Tour show), and the following weekend with, This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 13:19. This apparently happened to many musicians in L.A. at the time, known for its 'revolving door' with many players constantly switching membership in bands. Several live shows - no video. [23]

Fox got his first role in 1994, when he was cast as a member of the Texas Western Basketball Team in the sports film Blue Chips. Ulrich Alexander Rick Fox was born on 24 July 1969, in Toronto, Ontario Canada, of Bahamian (father) and Italian and Scottish (mother) descent.

Several live performances (including the Max's Kansas City and CBGB's) Band photos, no demo, no known video. April, 1982 Six songs.

At a Loudness concert there, he was approached to join Arizona heavy metal band Surgical Steel, (a band formerly fronted by Jeff Martin later in Badlands and Racer X, and featuring Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford on one of their demos). Several live performances including support for Lita Ford. 1982: No recorded releases/ no known band photos – auditions/rehearsals only. When he was a Celtic, Fox became the first rookie starter on opening night since Larry Bird in 1979 and made the 1992 NBA All-Rookie Second Team after averaging 8 points per game and became the teams the team's starting small forward by the end of the 1996 season.

He worked on the film 'Surface to Air' with Chad McQueen, Melanie Shatner, and Michael Madsen.

However, despite Fox trying desperately to keep it together, misfortune struck again and the band's internal chemistry and Management issues caused Fox to disband Sin which then fell apart. Virgin eventually became known as Sin upon Fox's suggested band name change. No known video or recorded material with Fox.

While in high school, Fox was interested in rock music and photography, choosing as his subjects, the flashy personalities of the New York City glam scene of the early 1970s. Rik is also remembered as one of the featured interview subjects for the legendary Rock film parody, The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years by friend and director Penelope Spheeris.

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[12] The first book which will feature Fox, is by NPR personality Charlie Schroeder, titled Man of War, regarding Schroeder's Walter Mitty-like embedded experiences of participating with various re-enactments of warriors of military history to see and experience what it was like to be those historical warriors. A discussion of a possible Steeler reunion performance has been left open-ended so far. However, Fox's bass tracks, found on the now rare, collectible live, 'original' W.A.S.P. Dozens of live performances, band photos, no known video available. In this line-up the band performed until 1978-79, when Criss left to join another band called Angelface. After having served five years in the California State Military Reserve[8] (which is a lower civilian branch of the U.S. Army), as a radio operator/communications NCO with the rank of E4 (Corporal), his interest moved on in all things military, which brought him to working in the film industry as an assistant property master, and weapons handler, working on some direct-to-video lower budget films and on the Network syndicated television series Air America, featuring Lorenzo Lamas, and the late Scott Plank, with whom Fox became close friends. Causing a firestorm of controversy thirty years later after the fact, despite the grumblings by some die-hard W.A.S.P. Fox has been referred to by many Polish media correspondents and others as a 'recognized pioneer' in this venture, of creating the first representation in the U.S., of the Polish winged hussar cavalry of central Europe which, apparently, is a part of his ancestry.

There are also several YouTube live bootleg Steeler performances recorded off the 'board mix' showing how talented as musicians this band really was. Rik has or is endorsing the following musical equipment gear: Renaissance and living history/re-enactment pioneer, All Systems Go (Vinnie Vincent Invasion album),, The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, Path to Glory; The Rise and Rise of the Polish Arabian Horse,, "Alien | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos",, "Suligowski's Regiment Polish Winged Hussars", "Legendary Rock Interview with Rik Fox (ex- W.A.S.P., STEELER and SIN)",, "Path to Glory The Rise and Rise of the Polish Arabian Horse",,, Articles with dead external links from June 2013, Articles with dead external links from June 2016, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.

Shrapnel Records recording artist, Guitarist Dave Ferrara was band member. No known video of this line-up. Rik Fox is also slated to be among the featured popular performers in the upcoming coffee table book 'Lost Rockers' scheduled for a 2015 publication release. Producer: Dan Wexler. [13][14] ), recorded entire album.

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“Rock ‘n Roll”—Joshua's Parlor, Orange Co. CA. Fox also left his endorsement deal as an artist endorsing the GHS company, and currently has switched to promoting the DR brand of bass strings, and, has although finally become the owner of a white neck-thru-body Epiphone Thunderbird-IV™ bass, Fox has signed a deal to endorse the Esola Custom Guitar Company which will be making his own signature Rik Fox "Thunder Eagle™"(c) model bass. No live performances – band photos by Don Adkins Jr. With Chris Impeliteri – 1983: Rehearsals only /produced no known product/photos. *Updated note: May 10, 2019 saw a long-awaited Steeler reunion during the KEELFEST concert event held at the Alrosa Villa club in Columbus, Ohio, featuring legendary guitarist Mitch Perry. With Kings Horses (with Randy Piper of W.A.S.P. guitarist Randy Piper at a time of Piper's height of drug and alcohol abuse, as well as in several online interviews with him.