VINCE NEIL's Son To Appear On MÖTLEY CRÜE Tribute Album

Versailles Records has announced the inclusion of Jizzy Pearl (LOVE/HATE, RATT), Phil Lewis (L.A. GUNS), Erik Turner (WARRANT), Frankie Banali (QUIET RIOT), Keri Kelli (SLASH'S SNAKEPIT, RATT, WARRANT, SKID ROW, ADLER'S APPETITE), and the ROCK N' ROLL JUNKIES (featuring Vince Neil Wharton — son of MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil — on vocals) to the artist roster for "Too Fast For Love: A Millennium Tribute to Mötley Crüe", due in early 2007. The label has also lined up CRASH KELLY, PRETTY IN STEREO, FUEL FROM HELL, AFTON MARKHAM (with Randy Cantor) and JOETOWN as new additions to the album, which will be a double CD of some 20 songs. Artists already recorded include John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, UNION), Fred Coury (CINDERELLA), ONE BAD SON, RADIOVIPERS, Richard Kendrick, STRAITJACKETSMILE, Derrick LeFevre (LILLIAN AXE), Marko Pukkila (ALTARIA), Chris Catena, Chris Heaven, the SLASHTONES, and others.


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