|Born||June 25, 1979 (age 43)
Quezon City, Philippines
|Instrument(s)||Guitar, Vocals, Drums, Bass|
- This page is for the musician. For the eponymous album, see Jose Galvez (Album).
Jose Felix Galvez is a musician.
Jose Galvez was born in Quezon City in the Philippines and raised in Singapore until 1988. Galvez is best known as a guitarist, vocalist, and founding member of Ozma. When joining Ozma it is reported he had no knowledge of playing guitar and speedily he learned in two weeks. After Ozma's split in 2004, Galvez and Ozma bandmate Ryen Slegr formed the band Yes Dear. Shortly after Ozma's mid-2000s hiatus, Galvez released an eponymous solo album. He has since released three more solo projects, an album, jglp2, and two EPs, Gwinn Park and Here Comes the Pizza.
Collaborations with Weezer/Rivers Cuomo
- Galvez contributed an instrumental cover of the Weezer song "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here" for the 1996 compilation album Weezer Fanclub Cover Compilation Vol. 1.
- Galvez gifted Cuomo a copy of his album Rock and Roll Part Three during the Vans Warped Tour, directly leading to Galvez's band Ozma opening for Weezer on the Yahoo! Outloud Tour.
- Galvez helped Cuomo by playing guitar in a live studio rendition of "Can't Stop Partying" in 2009.
- Galvez is Weezer Fan Club member #1296.
- Rock and Roll Part Three (2000)
- The Doubble Donkey Disc (2001)
- Spending Time on the Borderline (2003)
- Pasadena (2007)
- Boomtown (2014)
As Jose Galvez
- Weezer Fanclub Cover Compilation Vol. 1 (1996) "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"
- Jose Galvez (2008)
- jglp2 (2016)
- Gwinn Park (2019)
- Here Comes the Pizza (2023)
- Yes Dear (2005)
H's Between Vowels
- Hurricane EP (2014)
With The Rentals
- Q36 (2020)
As a producer
- Devour by End Transmission (2009)
- ↑ MySpace Page 2009 https://web.archive.org/web/20090601122709/http://www.myspace.com/josegalvezmusic
- ↑ Chabran, Gab "The Rise And Revival Of Ozma, A 'Secretly Huge' Indie Rock Band" https://laist.com/news/entertainment/ozma-band-los-angeles-pasadena-rise-revival
- ↑ Brummel, Daniel Go All the Way! A Literary Appreciation of Power Pop "Is Weezer Power Pop?" https://www.weezerpedia.com/wiki/File:DBPowerpopbookrrp3torivers.png
- ↑ Rivers Cuomo & Jermaine Dupri “Can't Stop Partying” https://vimeo.com/3424554