22-year-old Estonian female singer Marya Roxx (real name: Maarja Kivi) — whose backing band features bassist Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING, ANTHRAX), guitarist Paul Crook (MEAT LOAF, ex-ANTHRAX, SEBASTIAN BACH) and drummer John Miceli (MEAT LOAF, RAINBOW) — filmed a video for the track "21?!" on October 9, 2008 in Burbank, California. Check out photos from the video shoot at Marya's official web site.Crook is one of the featured musicians on Marya's upcoming album, which was recorded last year at the Document Room in Malibu with acclaimed producer Kevin Shirley (IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER, LED ZEPPELIN). Other guest musicians on the CD include Scott Metaxas (ex-NUCLEAR ASSAULT) on bass, Derek Sherinian (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ex-DREAM THEATER) on keyboards and Brian Tichy (ex-OZZY OSBOURNE, SLASH'S SNAKEPIT, GILBY CLARKE, PRIDE & GLORY) on drums. For more information on Marya Roxx, visit www.maryaroxx.com.
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