VINNIE PAUL, DIZZY REED To Perform With SIN CITY SINNERS In Las Vegas
Vinnie Paul Abbott (HELLYEAH, PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN), Dizzy Reed (GUNS N' ROSES) and guest host Brandi M ("Rock of Love", "Charm School") will join Las Vegas, Nevada's SIN CITY SINNERS — which consists of Brent Muscat (formerly of FASTER PUSSYCAT), Todd Kerns (AGE OF ELECTRIC), Mike Eliis, and Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB) — for their New Year's Eve (December 31) show at the Green Valley Ranch in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tickets can be purchased in person at Station Casinos' Reward Centers, by phone at (702) 547-5300 and online at this location.
SIN CITY SINNERS will release a CD of original songs, titled "Exile on Fremont St.", on December 11.
SIN CITY SINNERS is best known for having a special celebrity guest jam with the band each week.
The group has been taking Las Vegas by storm in 2009. They were voted "Best Local Band," second only to THE KILLERS in the Las Vegas Review-Journal's "Best Of Vegas" readers' poll.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/scsinners.
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