STARWOOD To Film 'All My Girlfriends Have Boyfriends' Video

Bassist Marten Andersson (STARWOOD, LIZZY BORDEN, GEORGE LYNCH GROUP) ha issued the following update on his recent and upcoming activities:

"Hey everybody!! I am checking in from Stockholm, Sweden. I had the opportunity to attend the kick off party for next year's Sweden Rock Festival this weekend. Let me tell you, there is some big time hardcore metalheads here. There were 2000 people cramped in this small club and another 600 people standing outside in the freezing snowy weather, trying to get in. I had a quick meeting with the promoter of the festival, hopefully we get the opportunity to play this festival, it would be so cool. This is not only one of the biggest hardrock festivals in Europe who always have great bands on the bill but it's also somewhat of a homecoming for me.

"Speaking of live shows, as you might know we kicked off the STARWOOD live show at the House of Blues/Los Angeles (with UFO) a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to all our friends that showed up.

"We are starting the filming of the second STARWOOD video very shortly. This time it's for the song 'All My Girlfriends Have Boyfriends'. We are also doing another live show in Los Angeles in a couple of weeks. (more info coming soon).

"I am doing a bass clinic in Stockholm this week. If there are any crazy maniacs who want to attend the clinic check out the website at for more info."


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