Beginning July 4, Las Vegas' "favorite" band SIN CITY SINNERS will be rocking the Crown Theater inside the Rio hotel in Las Vegas every Monday night until the end of the month. Each show will feature a special guest sitting in and jamming with the band.
July 04 - George Lynch of DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB
July 11 - Kip Winger of WINGER
July 18 - Bruce Kulick of KISS
July 25 - Phil Lewis of L.A. GUNS
Fans can print FREE tickets to any of these shows by going to this location.
In addition to Mondays in July, the SINNERS can also be seen in Vegas every Friday at Club Madrid (inside Sunset Station) and every Saturday at Chrome (Inside Santa Fe Station).
SIN CITY SINNERS consists of Todd Kerns (SLASH, AGE OF ELECTRIC), Brent Muscat (FASTER PUSSYCAT), Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB) and Dr. Michael Ellis. The band will also be joined in July by Louie Merlino (BEGGARS & THIEVES) and Jimmy Crespo (former lead guitarist of AEROSMITH)
In 2010, SIN CITY SINNERS released two CDs of original music, "Exile on Fremont Street" and the all-acoustic "Broken Record". The SINNERS' music video, "Goin' To Vegas", received the 32nd annual Telly Award and the track "Numb" was nominated for an AVN award for "Best Original Song".
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