TOMMY LEE/ex-KILGORE bassist Marty O'Brien, ex-KILGORE guitarist Mike Pelletier, HATE MACHINE/OMNIBLANK guitarist Al Dettori, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES drummer Glen Sobel and REHAB DJ Robbie have signed on as the backing band for a brand new singer/rapper named by the name of BROOKS BUFORD.

"[Brooks] just recently signed with Arista Records, and [he will soon be releasing] his first CD," O'Brien writes on his official web site. "The first single, 'Trailer Fabulous', goes to radio in a couple weeks, but the full length CD is still being recorded in L.A. and I should be laying bass tracks down in a couple weeks. The band-performance scene [for the album's first video] was shot in the front parking lot of 'Liberty Tattoo' in Atlanta, complete with a mechanical bull, hot rods, barbeque grills, a huge crowd of local maniacs, and kiddie pools full of cole-slaw, if you can believe that." Check out some photos taken at the video shoot: photo#1, photo#2.


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