CIRCUS DIABLO: NGTV Video Interview Posted Online

A seven-minute video interview with CIRCUS DIABLO vocalist Billy Morrison (ex-THE CULT touring bassist/current CAMP FREDDY guitarist) and guitarist Ricky Warwick (THE ALMIGHTY frontman) conducted by (No Good TV) can be viewed below.

CIRCUS DIABLO is the new project featuring THE CULT guitarist Billy Duffy, Warwick, Morrison, and former FUEL/current RIDERS ON THE STORM frontman Brett Scallions (bass).

The band will play at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California on November 12 at a charity show to benefit the victims of the Southern California fires.

The show, which is being put together by Anthony D'Amato, will also feature performances by his band D'AMATO, WARNER DRIVE, EPOKAH and more to be announced. Metal Sanaz will host the evening and will auction off an ESP guitar and other goodies on the night. Donations will be accepted at the venue.

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For more information, visit The charity helps the homeless and will donate blankets and supplies to the victims of the fires.

CIRCUS DIABLO will support VELVET REVOLVER at the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles on December 12, and will also perform a show at the Viper Room in West Hollywood on December 13.

CIRCUS DIABLO's current touring lineup consists of Morrison, Warwick, Charles Ruggiero (drums; SLUNT), Rob Patterson (guitar; KORN, OTEP) and the band's friend Patrick Cornell who has been playing bass guitar with the group when Brett has been unavailable.

The band recently inked a deal with KOCH Entertainment. Matt Sorum (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) played drums on the group's self-titled debut album, which was released on July 3.


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