Fan-filmed video footage of Lita Ford's June 7 performance at the Proof Rooftop Lounge in Houston, Texas can be seen below.
Ford's backing band continues to consist of drummer Bobby Rock, guitarist Patrick Kennison and bassist Marty O'Brien.
Lita revealed in a recent interview that she is planning to release a standalone song this summer. It's a duet and a cover, she said, but she declined to divulge any more. "We have a single that is a surprise for the fans, which is really cool," she said. "It will be out on 4th of July and it is bad to the bone, and I am really proud of it. It's a cover tune. It is going to hit home with a lot of people."
Lita has spent the last few months working on new music with guitarist/producer Gary Hoey, who previously collaborated with her on 2012's "Living Like A Runaway" disc.
Ford's last release was 2016's "Time Capsule", a collection of songs that were recorded by Ford in the past, but never before made available.
Two years ago, Lita released an autobiography, "Living Like A Runaway: A Memoir", via Dey Street Books (formerly It Books), an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.
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