6025 played guitar with the band from 1978 to March 1979 and appears on Live at the Deaf Club. He has unfortunately been suffering from a disability since the early '80s.
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Guitarist 6025 (AKA: Carlos Cadona), born 1958/59, was the first drummer and second guitarist for the Dead Kennedys throughout their early years. He played with the band from July 1978 to March...
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Mar 14, 2018 · 6025 (Carlo Cadona) was a founding member of the Dead Kennedys. In the recent Santa Rosa fire he lost his home and all of his musical instruments, belongings and years of recorded music.
Carlos Cadona (born 1958 or 1959), better known by his stage name 6025, is an American musician who served as the second guitarist for the American punk rock band Dead Kennedys, from their formation in July 1978 to March 1979.
6025 (Carlo Cadona) was a former member of Dead Kennedys and was an important part of the band's early history. He can be heard on "Live at the Deaf Club." In a devastating California wildfire in October 2017, he lost his home, belongings, and all his musical instruments and years of recorded music.
After Dead Kennedys After leaving Dead Kennedys, 6025 is rumored to have briefly played with The Residents before being replaced by Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman. After this, 6025 disappeared completely from the public eye.