'80s hard rock queen Lita Ford has posted video of her Thanksgiving-Day jam. She writes on her Facebook page: "I went to my friend's house for Thanksgiving Day. His wife cooked a vegan meal. I am not a vegan, but sure enjoyed the meal, and especially the company. We drank wine and jammed! The ending of the song is hysterical."Check out the video below. Ford released a new live album, "The Bitch Is Back...Live", on November 5 in North America, on October 25 in Germany and on October 28 in the rest of Europe through SPV/Steamhammer. The disc features a recording of Lita's October 2012 performance at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California. The album was released as a digipak with a special booklet including fan photos and download. Ford's latest album, "Living Like A Runaway", was released on June 19, 2012 in North America. The effort was made available in four configurations: a double LP, limited-edition CD, standard CD and digital download. The artwork for the album was created by famed rock photographer Mark Weiss.
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