RIGOR MORTIS/WARBEAST Singer Getting Hitched Tonight

Everyone is invited to witness and celebrate the marriage of RIGOR MORTIS/WARBEAST vocalist Bruce Corbitt and Jeanna Jennings tonight (Saturday, April 21) at The Rail Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Texas-based hard rock singer Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, WATCHTOWER, IGNITOR, BROKEN TEETH) is ordained and will conduct the ceremony. Texas guitar wizard and lifetime friend Mike Scaccia will be the couple's "special guest" guitarist and will play the "Bridal March". Plus Jeanna's son Lyric has a band called PSYCLOPS — consisting of 14- and 15-years-olds — and they will play before the wedding starts as people arrive.

Immediately following the wedding, there will be some great bands playing for the wedding reception, including EVIL UNITED (featuring Jason McMaster), WARBEAST, HELL GOAT and CREEPER.

There is no dress code. There will be the usual $10.00 admission charge like at most of the shows at The Rail Club. All of this money will go towards paying the bands and entertainment for the reception.

Doors - 6:00
Wedding - 7:30
HELL GOAT - 9:00
WARBEAST - 10:00
CREEPER - 12:30


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