TOMMY LEE Rocks 'Penthouse' In New York City

Several photos of TOMMY LEE performing last night (Jan. 18) at the "Rock The Penthouse Party" at B.B. Kings Blues Club in New York City have been posted online at this location.

The show, which was co-sponsored by Penthouse magazine, was one of three Lee-related events taking place this weekend in New York City.

Thirty-six radio contest winners and their guests were flown to the "Big Apple," put up at the ritzy W Hotel, provided with $500 cash, and given the chance to chill with the Penthouse Pets and Lee at publisher Bob Guccione's sprawling Upper East Side mansion. The contest winners then got a chance to see Lee do his thing live at B.B. King's Blues Club concert, followed by an exclusive after-party at downtown dance club Webster Hall. The concert and the contest were organized by Clear Channel Communications.


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