LILLIAN AXE Guitarist Named President Of Louisiana Chapter Of WPI

Steve Blaze, guitarist, founder and songwriter for Louisiana Hall Of Fame members LILLIAN AXE, has just been granted the honor of becoming the president of the Louisiana chapter of the WPI (World Paranormal Investigations).

As an avid believer and seeker of truth, Blaze is in the process of putting a team together to delve into the untapped area of paranormal locations throughout the state of Louisiana. He has been approached by a New Orleans-based production company, and they are currently in discussions about a potential reality television show. This show will be potentially based around the building of the team and the events in which individuals will be given the chance to attend investigations to see if they have what it takes to become a part of the team.

Steve is looking for a few good men and women to comprise this team. It is vital that you have dedication, enthusiasm, personality, belief, and the desire to go where no man dares to go. He is also looking for a co-partner, someone with name recognition who is loyal, reliable and crazy enough to take this on.

If you are interested, e-mail [email protected] and send your resume, picture, video and anything else you want to send or say. The team will contact you as soon as the time is right. In the meantime, you can go to this location to see the official WPI web site.

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LILLIAN AXE will play an unplugged show at Sound Landing Studios in Covington, Louisiana on February 16. The night will include the band performing acoustic versions of fan favorites, the staples and the obscure, a one-on-one meet and greet, and a question-and-answer session, all being recorded for a live CD and DVD, to be released in the summer.


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