Former W.A.S.P. guitarist Randy Piper is holding vocalist auditions on November 14-16 at the Temple Theater in Tacoma, Washington. Auditions are by appointment only and can be made through RandyPiper.net.
Randy is looking for the right combination of vocal skill, stage presence, creativity, and charisma to front his new heavy metal project.
"I'm ready for some new blood," Piper said. "I want someone to come in with the confidence to nail the W.A.S.P. songs, but also be comfortable blazing new territory."
The right person should be able to sing classic W.A.S.P. hits, sound great with Piper, be free of drug or alcohol issues, and be able to travel overseas. A great stage presence and the ability to relate to and command an audience is a must.
There are four songs to choose from, including W.A.S.P. classics "Wild Child" and "Savage"; "Nowhere Fast" from the movie "Streets Of Fire", and the previously unreleased Randy Piper ANIMAL track "Raising Hell".
"'Raising Hell' is an opportunity for someone to really shine," Piper said. "This track has the chorus on there to give you a start, but I really want to hear someone come in with their own lyrics and blow this away."
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