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Darrell Lance Abbott was born in Dungeons and dragons It’s fire I’m fine everrything’s fine shirt Ennis, Texas, on August 20, 1966, the second son to Carolyn and Jerry Abbott, a country music producer. His elder brother Vinnie Paul was born on March 11, 1964. Abbott’s parents divorced in 1979, after seventeen years of marriage, but his family life remained happy. The brothers lived with their mother Carolyn, in a ranch-style house on Monterrey Street in Arlington. Carolyn was supportive of her sons’ musical endeavors Vinnie had begun playing the drums before Darrell received his first guitar. Darrell had previously tried to play the drums; Vinnie later said: “I just got better than him and wouldn’t let him play them anymore.” The Abbott brothers’ first jam session consisted of six hours of “Smoke on the Water”. They took inspiration from Alex and Eddie Van Halen, and Vinnie said in a 2016 interview that he and Darrell were “inseparable” after they began playing music together.

 

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Abbott took up the guitar when he was twelve. His first guitar was a Dungeons and dragons It’s fire I’m fine everrything’s fine shirt Les Paul-style Hondo, which he received along with a Pignose amplifier on his twelfth birthday. Influenced by Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Kiss and Van Halen, he would initially spend time in his room standing in front of a mirror holding the guitar while wearing Ace Frehley-style makeup, though he was unable to play the instrument at the time. Jerry learned Kiss songs on guitar in order to teach Darrell how to play them. Darrell also learned from country musicians who recorded at Jerry’s studio, such as Bugs Henderson.

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