LUKAS ROSSI Talks Married Life, ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA Reunion; Video Available

Former ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA singer, Toronto native Lukas Rossi, and his wife of one year, former porn star Kendra Jade, recently talked about married life on "Entertainment Tonight Canada". The two separate clips which aired on May 30 and June 26, respectively can be viewed below.

Lukas Rossi debuted his alt-rock band called STARS DOWN on June 21 at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California.

STARS DOWN is comprised of Rossi, drummer Jon Jamieson, who is also Lukas' childhood friend and former CLEAVAGE bandmate, and bass player German Briseo. Talented keyboardist Lou Dawson, who faithfully endured 36 sold-out shows across Canada, also makes occasional guest appearances with the band.

The band performed songs from its debut album, "Mood Swings", scheduled for release in late summer/early fall 2008.

Rossi just reunited with ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA for the filming of a show for the Discovery Channel called "Battleground Earth": a benefit concert for the Griffith Park wildfires. The live show featured an all-star jam with artists such as Ludacris, Tommy Lee, TRAIN, Ziggy Marley and Slash, to name a few.

"Battleground Earth" is scheduled to air on October 15, 2008.

For more information, go to

June 26, 2008 edition of "Entertainment Tonight Canada":

May 30, 2008 edition of "Entertainment Tonight Canada":


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