LEMMY's THE HEAD CAT: New Shows Announced
THE HEAD CAT, the psychobilly side-project of MOTÖRHEAD mainman Lemmy Kilmister which also features STRAY CATS' Slim Jim Phantom on drums/percussion and Danny B. Harvey (ROCKATS, 13 CATS, LONESOME SPURS) on guitar, has scheduled the following dates:
Jan. 22 - Anaheim, CA - House Of Blues
Jan. 23 - Hollywood, CA - The Roxy
Jan. 24 - Las Vegas, NV - Wasted Space at Hard Rock Hotel
According to a posting on THE HEAD CAT MySpace page, the band is "a high-energy, take-no-prisoners combo" that was formed "just to remind the world how rock 'n' roll is supposed to fuckin sound. Forget all those rock posers who have nothing new to say, passing themselves off as the real thing. When it comes to real rock 'n' roll, these three guys have lived it, breathed it, bled it and have set the lifestyle example that all you rebels, rockers and outcasts should strive to follow!"
Watch fan-filmed video footage of THE HEAD CAT performing STRAY CATS' "Rock This Town" at Seattle's El Corazon on April 12, 2007:
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