Richie Scarlet will join STAR & DAGGER, the blues-rock/metal group made up of good friends Sean Yseult (WHITE ZOMBIE), Dava She Wolf (CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL), Dave Catching (EAGLES OF DEATH METAL), Gene Trautmann (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE), and the sublime vocalist Von Hesseling, on stage to perform one song at the band's record-release show on August 3 at The McKittrick Hotel in New York City.
Scarlet has previously performed with Dava She Wolf at two New York City shows that were promoted by Reality Check TV, including one at Tammany Hall in 2012 where they played a version of THE TROGGS' "Wild Thing".
Scarlet has been busy of late, with his latest CD, "I Plead The Fifth", spawning a hit single, "Without Your Love", which garnered major airplay on commercial radio in the New York area, and his recent appearances with the legendary Chubby Checker on NBC's "Today" show and "Cousin" Bruce Morrow's SiriusXM radio show..
Scarlet reunited with Ace Frehley and former FREHLEY'S COMET bandmate Anton Fig for a rousing rendition of JIMI HENDRIX's "Foxy Lady" in on July 11, 2012 at Best Buy Theater in New York City.
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