SCOTTY DUNBAR's Christmas Single Released Through WARRANT-Owned Record Label

Down Boys Records, the label owned and operated by Jerry Dixon and Erik Turner of WARRANT, has just released the brand new Christmas single, "Let It Snow", by Scotty Dunbar with BURNING HEAT. This version of the holiday classic is a complete '80s hard rock-sounding tune that fans of the bands RATT, DOKKEN and ALICE COOPER will totally embrace.

"Let It Snow" features virtuoso Ethan Brosh and Adrian Araiza of BURNING HEAT on guitar, JC of BURNING HEAT and PRETTY LITTLE SUICIDE on bass, Izzy Rock of PRETTY LITTLE SUICIDE on drums and Scotty Dunbar on vocals.

This past May, Down Boys released Dunbar's solo EP, "In A Mellow Mood". The EP featured guest appearances by Michael Sweet of STRYPER and Louis St. August of MASS.

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