Former FIGHT guitarist Russ Parrish (a.k.a. "Satchel" of STEEL PANTHER) joined THE DISOWNED on stage on December 20, 2010 at the Key Club in Hollywood, California to perform a cover version of FIGHT's "Nailed To The Gun". Video footage of his appearance can be viewed below.
FIGHT was the American heavy metal band assembled by singer Rob Halford after his departure from JUDAS PRIEST in 1992. The group's initial lineup was completed by JUDAS PRIEST/RACER X drummer Scott Travis, Russ Parrish on guitar, Brian Tilse on guitar and keyboards and Jay Jay on bass guitar.
FIGHT released two studio albums in the early 1990s — 1993's "War Of Words" and 1995's "A Small Deadly Space".
THE DISOWNED is a new punk/metal band from Los Angeles featuring Meghan Mattox (NAKED AGGRESSION, ex-MY RUIN) on bass, Shawn Gatlin (ex-NAPOLEON BLOWNAPARTS) on guitar and Rob Arvizu (who is known for creating artwork for BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) on vocals.
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