BROOKS BUFORD, the new Arista recording artist whose live band consists of TOMMY LEE/ex-KILGORE bassist Marty O'Brien, ex-KILGORE guitarist Mike Pelletier, HATE MACHINE/OMNIBLANK guitarist Al Dettori, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES drummer Glen Sobel and REHAB DJ Robbie, played his first show at the Viper Room in Hollywood, California on Wednesday, June 4. "It was a private show for everyone at So So Def/Arista Records, and assorted people of the media," O'Brien writes on his official web site. "We played a short 30-minute set of songs from Brooks' debut CD, which has a release of early August I believe. The show went great, we had a blast, and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Before our show, there was a giant projection screen in front of the stage that was playing a continuous loop of the first Brooks Buford video that we shot in Atlanta recently, for the song 'Trailer Fabulous'. This was my first time seeing the video, and it came out great. I can't wait for it to be released… In the meantime, click here to listen to the first single, 'Trailer Fabulous'."
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