Former L.A. GUNS Guitarist To Score 'High On The Hog' Movie
Former L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns has announced via his Facebook page that he will write and record the score for a "badass movie" called "High On The Hog".
"High On The Hog" is an independent film about the struggle and triumphs of the modern cash crop farmer. Big Daddy (Sid Haig), a man larger than life, lives on his farm in a small mid-western town. In order to survive trying times he started growing marijuana to save his family farm and to overcome the hardships in his life. During his road to excess, he delivers his product to the city and begins to adopt some strays that move to his farm to help him with his crop. Little does Big Daddy know that his biggest challenge still lies ahead. On a wild run to the city, his girls have an encounter that will change all their lives. His "drug cartel" is now a target of trigger-happy Agent Dick (Joe Estevez) and other federal agents from the big city. With the help of his trusted friends and townspeople Big Daddy's family uses sex, drugs and rock and roll to make a stand and avoid the long arm of the law.
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