OMEN Singer And Daughter In VH1's 'I Know My Kid's A Star'; Promo Spots Available

"I Know My Kid's A Star" — the new VH1 show hosted by Danny Bonaduce which will feature OMEN/PHANTOM-X singer Kevin Goocher's pop-princess daughter Devon Goocher — will premiere on March 20. Kevin will also appear on the program in support of Devon, who was chosen out of thousands of kids to be in the top 10 on the new series. Devon is aiming to be the next triple-threat child star.

For more information on the show or Devon Goocher, go to this location.

PHANTOM-X has cancelled its previously announced appearances at Keep It True X (Germany) and Up The Hammers (Greece) festivals "due to the recovery time and the extent of Kevin Goocher's recent surgery," according to the band.

"I Know My Kid's A Star" promo spot #1:

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"I Know My Kid's A Star" promo spot #2:

Watch footage of Devon Goocher and Kevin Goocher singing IRON MAIDEN's "Wasted Years":

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