Tag: Pretty Boy Floyd

PRETTY BOY FLOYD Headline FREE Rainbow Bar and Grill 40th Anniversary Party

Hollywood rock stalwart Pretty Boy Floyd will be headlining the 40th anniversary party of rock music’s most celebrated venue, the Rainbow Bar and Grill, on April 15th. “To simply say that it’s an honor to have been selected to headline this gig would be an understatement,” say Pretty Boy Floyd guitarist Kristy Majors. “When I …

The RAINBOW BAR & GRILL To Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Two huge landmarks on The Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, The Comedy Store and the Rainbow Bar & Grill,are set to celebrate their upcoming 40th anniversaries by hosting special events to mark the occasion. This Sunday, April 15, the Rainbow will host an outdoor party from 5:00 PM to 2:00 AM with a dozen bands …

Club Vodka: Faster Pussycat & Pretty Boy Floyd, Sat. March 5th at The Key Club

Club Vodka Presents: Faster Pussycat with Special Guests Pretty Boy Floyd 40 Cycle Hum, Mercy, Divebomber, Chasing Ghost, Fueled By Anger, Skarlett, Breaking the Law, Wretchid Child, Lit Soul, Rivet, 3 Inches From Earth, Vaude Villian, Keg, Awaken The Empire Sat, March 5, 2011 Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm $16.00 – $18.00 Tickets …

MÖTLEY CRÜE 1981 ‘Paperback Writer’ Performance Unearthed

Never-before-seen footage from MÖTLEY CRÜE‘s second concert (see below) has been unearthed to promote the hard rock/heavy metal-themed auctions of eBay seller EliteWorks. On April 25, 1981 MÖTLEY CRÜE was opening for Y&T at The Starwood, and their manager at the time (Allan Coffman) hired Bell Piper to videotape the performance which featured the CRÜE‘s …

Pretty Boy Floyd Release Kiss of Death

Los Angeles – Rock stalwarts Pretty Boy Floyd have released Kiss of Death, a fifteen-track CD of KISS cover tunes. “We did this album to pay tribute to one of the greatest rock n’ roll bands in history,” says PBF guitarist Kristy Majors, adding “Kiss influenced us in so many ways.” The CD, available through …

Emo the New Hair Metal?

Metal Hammer has brought up the distinct comparisons between emo being the hair metal. Valid assumption? Another blog looking for some clicks? An excerpt is below, click the link above for the full story: In the 80s, metal heads – true metal heads – hated hair metal, glam, sleaze and all it stood for; which …

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