Former DRUG UNDER Singer Lands Movie Roles

Former DRUG UNDER singer Christopher C. Romero (a.k.a. Romero) — who currently fronts the VAN HALEN tribute band ROMEO DELIGHT — has just finished filming a small role in the new film "Thunderkick", written and directed by martial arts master Leo T. Fong of Bruce Lee fame. The movie will be released later this year. Romero also just landed the lead role as a serial killer in Leo's latest, untitled thriller/horror film that will begin shooting this spring in Los Angeles. In the meantime, Romero continues to write and record with drummer/multi-instrumentalist Jimmy D'Anda, formerly of BULLETBOYS. Romero and Jimmy have posted three new tunes on both their respective MySpace pages.

ROMEO DELIGHT will make its official debut March 1 when it opens for L.A. GUNS in Denver, Colorado at the Buffalo Rose nightclub. The band features original DRUG UNDER drummer Mike Crisler, Rich O'Dell on guitar and LEATHERWOLF bass player Paul Carmen.


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