Former VIXEN Drummer Teams Up With DAVID LEE ROTH Guitarist

According to a posting on the VIXEN fan site, former VIXEN drummer Roxy Petrucci has teamed up with DAVID LEE ROTH guitarist Brian Young and vocalist Lenita Erickson (who toured with former KISS and current GRAND FUNK RAILROAD guitarist Bruce Kulick) in a brand new band. The group are currently scheduling summer tour dates. Meanwhile, Lenita — whose vocal approach is being described as "Rod Stewart with a stick of dynamite up his ass" — is in negotiations with a major television network to air her zany and unscripted show "G.A.M.E.", covering the week in sports and documenting the behind-the-scenes action with celebrity athletes and musical appearances from the band.

In other news, you can read "10 questions with Roxy" on The Rock Zone and see the BUBBLE (featuring former VIXEN bassist Share Pedersen) Japan tour diary/photo blog here.


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