PRETTY BOY FLOYD Announces New Drummer, Bassist

California rockers PRETTY BOY FLOYD have announced addition of WHITE LION drummer Troy Patrick Farrell and bassist Criss Sixx of the MÖTLEY CRÜE tribute band TRÜE 2 CRÜE to their lineup.

Upcoming PRETTY BOY FLOYD shows:

Feb. 13 - The Brixton - Redondo Beach, CA (w/ STEELHEART)
Feb. 15 - The Coach House - San Juan Capistrano, CA (w/ STEELHEART)
Mar. 21 - Velvet - Mexico City, Mexico (w/ SKID ROW, TUFF, ENUFF Z'NUFF)
Apr. 18 - Santa Fe Station Hotel And Casino - Las Vegas, NV (w/ BRITNY FOX)

Formed in 1987, PRETTY BOY FLOYD is most famous for its 1989 LP "Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz" and the two singles from it, "Rock and Roll (Is Gonna Set the Night on Fire)" and "I Wanna Be With You".

The band broke up in 1991, but reformed in 1995, and has released several new records since then.


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