How Old Are The Tool Band Members?
The Tool Band Members are between 51 and 62 years old. Justin Chancellor aged 51 is the youngest member and Daniel Carey is the oldest at 62 years old.
Lead Singer Maynard James Keenan
Maynard James Keenan was born on April 17, 1964, in Ravenna, Ohio, making him 59 years old as of 2023.
Keenan has been the vocalist and lead singer of the rock band Tool since its inception in 1990. He was the frontman of the comedy rock band Green Jellÿ before joining the rock band Tool.
Keenan met Jones through mutual friends in 1989 and played him one of his projects from his previous band impressing Jones immediately. Adam Jones then talked Keenan into forming a new band making him the first recruit of The Tool. Maynard was 25 years old when he joined The Tool in 1989.
Drummer Danny Carey
Danny Carey is 62 years old making him the oldest member of the band. He was born on May 10, 1961, in Lawrence, Kansas, in the United States of America.
Carey started playing with Keenan and Jones in 1990 when he lived just above Keenan and felt sorry for the duo as other invited artists did not show up, according to the Band's Wikipedia article.
In addition to playing drums, Carey also plays percussion and samples for the band. Danny Carey also played for the comedy rock band Green Jellÿ alongside Maynard James Keenan before joining The Tool in 1990.
Guitarist Adam Jones
Adam Jones is 58 years old. Jones was born on January 15, 1965, in Park Ridge, Illinois, in the United States of America.
Jones is also the first person to think of starting a band after being impressed by Keenan's work for his former band. He is the one to talk Keenan into forming a new band and the pair started jamming together. Adam has been the guitarist for the band since its inception.
Bassist Justin Chancellor
Justin Chancellor is the youngest member of the band Tool aged 51 years old. Chancellor is also the newest member to join the band in 1995.
Chancellor was born on November 19, 1971, in London, England, making him the only non-American member of the band. He joined The Tool in 1995 replacing the founding bassist Paul D'Amour as its newest member.
He first joined Tool as a supporting member in their 1994 Europe Tour and later joined the band full-time after moving to the United States of America in September 1995. He recorded half of the band's sophomore album and has recorded all latter albums.