Jay Jay French
John French (born 20 July 1952), better known with his stage name Jay Jay French or J.J. French, is the founding member and one of the two guitarists of the American heavy metal band, Twisted Sister.
Born in New York City, New York, French briefly used the stage name Johnny Heartbreaker in the first years of his career. Rumour has it that his real name is John Fred Segall but he has stated that his only legal name is John French. He is the owner of French Management and Rebellion Entertainment along with his business partner, Sean Sullivan. It was when French was recovering from a serious bout of mononucleosis, that he first heard rock and roll while scanning the AM dial. He has a signature guitar model made by Epiphone. French is credited with playing the guitar solo on the song "The Chainsaw Buffet", by the band Lordi, on their 2006 release The Arockalypse.