On December 18, original FASTER PUSSYCAT members Taime Downe and Brent Muscat will reunite to perform several of the band's classic songs with Brent's current group, SIN CITY SINNERS. The show will take place at Vinyl (inside the Hard Rock Hotel) in Las Vegas and the occasion is SIN CITY SINNERS' annual toy drive. Guests are asked to bring a new and unwrapped toy to be collected for Toys 4 Tots to make sure a less fortunate child has a present for Christmas. The two-day event, dubbed "48 Hours Of Sin", will also feature appearances by Phil Lewis (L.A. GUNS), Robert Mason (WARRANT), Frank Dimino (ANGEL), Oz Fox (STRYPER) and more.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 30 at noon via Ticketmaster or the Hard Rock Hotel box office. The first 100 people will have the option to purchase a two-day pass for just $9.23.
SIN CITY SINNERS is Todd Kerns (SLASH), Brent Muscat (FASTER PUSSYCAT), Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB) and Zach Throne (THE HEIGHTS).
Taime Downe previously performed with Brent Muscat and SIN CITY SINNERS in November 2011 at King's Room at the Rio in Las Vegas. Fan-filmed video footage of that performance can be seen below.
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