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Sex Tips From Rock Stars
In Their Own Words

Rock Stars

Sex Tips From Rock Stars: In Their Own Words is born from the world's first extensive study of rock stars concerning sex, in which international rock stars who've won Grammy Awards, topped the Billboard charts, and been certified Multi-Platinum, candidly share their sexual instincts, urges and experiences.

The following rock stars had enough balls to be interviewed and go all the way in Sex Tips From Rock Stars:

Acey Slade - Murderdolls, Dope
Adde - Hardcore Superstar
Allison Robertson - The Donnas
Andrew W.K.
Blasko - Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Zombie
Brent Muscat - Faster Pussycat
Bruce Kulick - Kiss
Chip Z'Nuff - Enuff Z'Nuff
Courtney Taylor-Taylor - The Dandy Warhols
Danko Jones
Doug Robb - Hoobastank
Evan Seinfeld - Biohazard
Ginger - The Wildhearts
Handsome Dick Manitoba - The Dictators, MC5
James Kottak - Scorpions, Kingdom Come
Jesse Hughes - Eagles of Death Metal
Jimmy Ashhurst - Buckcherry
Joel O'Keeffe - Airbourne
Lemmy - Motörhead
Nicke Borg - Backyard Babies
Rob Patterson - Korn, Otep
Toby Rand - Juke Kartel
Vazquez - Damone
 

ACEY SLADE
Hear from this rock star!Acey Slade is a multi-talented rock star hailing from Pennsylvania, U.S.A. After fronting the Vampire Love Dolls, he joined Dope in 1999 as their bass player and toured America several times supporting their major label debut Felons & Revolutionaries for Epic Records. Acey moved to guitar for the band's follow-up album Life, which landed in the Billboard 200 chart, before leaving Dope in the middle of 2002 to be a guitarist in the Murderdolls. The band released their album Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls and took their unique combination of horror punk and glam metal on tour through the U.S., Japan, Europe and Australia. While collaborating with fellow Murderdolls' guitarist Joey Jordison (better known as the drummer in Slipknot) on a track celebrating Roadrunner Records' 25-year anniversary, Acey was also busy fronting his own band Trashlight Vision. Performing lead vocals and guitar on two EPs and the album Alibis and Ammunition, Acey again toured across the U.S., Europe and Japan before disbanding Trashlight Vision in 2007. He has since been in the studio producing Scottish acoustic punk band Billy Liar, and working on new music for his next band Acey Slade & The Dark Party. After releasing two EPs, the band released their self-titled, full-length album early in 2010.

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ADDE
Hear from this rock star!Magnus "Adde" Andreasson is the founding drummer for Hardcore Superstar, a rock/metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. Formed in 1997, the band has had several #1 hit singles and earned multiple Grammy nominations in their homeland. They have been on all major national music TV and radio shows in Sweden and enjoyed successful tours of Europe, North America, Japan and Australia. Adde spent an eye-opening period of his life studying at the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles. With their fused brand of sleaze rock and thrash metal, Hardcore Superstar won the Swedish Metal Awards for Best Hard Rock Album of the Year in 2007. Their next album Beg For It was released mid-2009 after the title-track first single went gold in Sweden. Adde continues to tour with Hardcore Superstar to this day, enjoying a resurgence in the band's career.

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ALLISON ROBERTSON
Hear from this rock star!Allison Robertson plays guitar in the Californian all-female hard rock band The Donnas. Starting to play guitar at twelve, she soon formed a band with her best school friends, touring Japan for the first time during their senior year of high school. After a string of singles, The Donnas released four full-length albums on Lookout Records between 1997 and 2001 before earning major label commercial success with Atlantic Records. Their next album Spend the Night hit #62 on the Billboard charts and features their most successful single Take It Off that peaked at #19 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart. After touring on the main stage of Lollapalooza festival in 2003, their sixth album Gold Medal was released the following year. The single Fall Behind Me was featured in TV commercials and performed live on the TV series Charmed. Their songs also feature in many movie soundtracks and video games, including Guitar Hero and Rock Band. The Donnas released their next album Bitchin' on their own Purple Feather Records in 2007 where it spent a month on Billboard's charts as they toured as far as Australia. While The Donnas prepare their next release entitled Greatest Hits, Volume 16, Allison teamed-up with former Hole and Nashville Pussy members in a new all-female cover band named Chelsea Girls. Attracting media attention with their first three sold-out shows at The Roxy in Los Angeles, they secured a monthly residency at the legendary venue. The Donnas then joined Blondie and Pat Benetar on a summer 2009 tour across the U.S.

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ANDREW W.K.
Hear from this rock star!Multi-talented American rock musician Andrew Wilkes-Krier first came to prominence with his self-produced major label solo debut I Get Wet in 2001, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. The controversial cover art features a photo of Andrew with blood streaming from his nose to his throat. With the track Party Hard getting lots of radio airplay, Andrew toured on Ozzfest. Tracks from the album made their way into several video games, plus movie & TV soundtracks. His follow-up The Wolf also reached the Billboard 200 and featured Andrew playing all the instruments; the song Long Live the Party was a minor hit in Japan. Universal Music then released his J-Pop album entitled The Japan Covers, instigated by 20,000+ sales of his chart-topping ringtones in Japan. A solo piano album called 55 Cadillac was released in 2009 on his own record label Skyscraper Music Maker. Outside his solo music, Andrew has performed as a self-help, new age motivational speaker; he produces music for other artists (everything from reggae to an avant-garde ensemble), and has played various instruments on other artists’ recordings. As Time magazine called him “truly cute” in 2008, Andrew and three partners opened the multi-level nightclub and live concert hall called Santos Party House in Manhattan, New York City. Andrew has also had his own shows on MTV called Crashing with Andrew W.K. and Your Friend, Andrew W.K. He partnered with the Cartoon Network in 2009 to host and create music for a new live action TV show called Destroy Build Destroy.

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BLASKO
Rob "Blasko" Nicholson is an American hard rock bassist best known for his work with Rob Zombie and Ozzy Osbourne. Blasko began his career playing bass for the speed/thrash metal band Cryptic Slaughter, before moving on to Prong and Danzig. He left Danzig to tour with Rob Zombie and has played on all of Rob Zombie's platinum-selling solo albums to date, which have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. In 2003, Blakso replaced Robert Trujillo as Ozzy Osbourne's bassist, becoming a full-time member with Ozzy's ninth studio album Black Rain that debuted at #3 on the Billboard charts (Ozzy's highest debut to date). The album's first single I Don't Wanna Stop reached #1 on Billboard's Hot Mainstream Rock chart in 2007 (another first for Ozzy) and was nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance. Today, Blasko continues to tour the world with Ozzy and also runs his own music management and consultancy business, Mercenary Management, where he manages the band In This Moment amongst others.

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BRENT MUSCAT
Hear from this rock star!Brent is a founding member of Hollywood hard rock band Faster Pussycat. Elektra Records signed the band and released their self-titled debut album in 1987 when the androgynous-looking guitarist was just twenty years old. The band contributed a now-revered live performance in the classic Sunset Strip rock film The Decline of Western Civilization part 2 - The Metal Years before touring around North America with Alice Cooper, David Lee Roth, and Motörhead. The band's follow-up album Wake Me When It's Over is their most successful to date, selling over half-a-million copies in the U.S. and being certified gold status. With the hit single House of Pain being spun on many radio stations, Faster Pussycat toured with Kiss and Mötley Crüe before recording a cover of You're So Vain to help celebrate Elektra's 40th Anniversary. Brent continued to play with Faster Pussycat until 2005, when a diagnosis of oral cancer triggered his unceremonious departure from the band. Now in remission, Brent enjoys rocking Las Vegas casino stages with his own band Sin City Sinners and an all-star rock'n'roll cast of players.

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BRUCE KULICK
Hear from this rock star!Bruce is an American guitarist who began his international rock career performing in Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell world tour in 1977-78, before playing on Billy Squier and Michael Bolton albums in the early eighties. Bruce was then the lead guitarist for hard rock band Kiss from 1984 until 1996, for which he is best known. After joining Kiss for the Animalize tour, their next three albums in the eighties: Asylum, Crazy Nights, and Smashes, Thrashes & Hits were all certified platinum. The band consistently toured all over the globe and as the nineties rolled around, Kiss's next albums: Hot in the Shade, Revenge and Kiss Unplugged all went gold. When the original Kiss members reunited in 1996, Bruce left to form Union with former Mötley Crüe front man John Corabi. Union released three albums and a live DVD and toured through the U.S., Europe, Australia and Central America. Since 2001, Bruce has been the lead guitarist in Grand Funk Railroad, the rock band that was highly-popular in the seventies and best-known for their #1 hit We're an American Band. Bruce has also released three solo albums: Audio Dog in 2001, Transformer in 2003, and BK3 in 2010.

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CHIP Z'NUFF
Hear from this rock star!Chip Z'Nuff is the bassist and driving force behind the much-gifted power pop band Enuff Z'Nuff. After forming in Chicago during 1984, they released their self-titled debut album on an Atlantic Records subsidiary five years later. The album's two minor, psychedelic-tinged hit singles New Thing and Fly High Michelle received steady radio airplay and rotations on MTV, while Chip's brief intimate liaison with Madonna was fodder for popular shock-jock and long-time fan Howard Stern. Toning down their colourful image, Enuff Z'Nuff released a fan-favourite album Strength in 1991 to strong reviews and performed live on The Late Show with David Letterman. With musical climate changes and subsequent disappointing sales, Enuff Z'Nuff fell out with their label but were quickly signed by Arista Records, producing one album in 1993 as personnel problems unsettled the band. Despite setbacks including band members dying from cancer and a drug overdose, Enuff Z'Nuff has built a solid international fan-base – particularly in Japan – through consistent touring and independent album releases. As work continues on Enuff Z'Nuff's thirteenth studio album, Chip is also a judge of the world's best marijuana in the Cannabis Cup for High Times magazine. He also has his own label Stoney Records and is performing and recording with the band Adler's Appetite featuring former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler.

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COURTNEY TAYLOR-TAYLOR
Hear from this rock star!Courtney Taylor-Taylor is the lead singer, guitarist and principal songwriter for the American alternative rock band The Dandy Warhols. Their first album Dandys Rule, OK? was released in 1995 and caught the ears of major label Capitol Records who signed them. Their next release came two years later and the band was selling-out concerts across Europe and Australia. The new millennium brought a new album Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia, which reached platinum status in Australia, the U.K. and other European countries. The song Bohemian Like You was used extensively by Vodafone in a successful TV campaign that propelled the single to #5 on the U.K. charts. The band's music has been used in many advertising campaigns, TV series, and movies ever since. The Dandy Warhols' other big single is We Used To Be Friends (featuring Nick Rhodes from Duran Duran on synthesizer) from their Welcome to the Monkey House album of 2003. The band continues to write and record albums at "The Odditorium" – their large multi-purpose studio in hometown Portland, Oregon.

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DANKO JONES
Hear from this rock star!Danko Jones is the charismatic singer and guitarist in his hard rock band of the same name. Formed in Toronto during 1996, the three-piece gigged consistently while Danko also worked in a sex shop. Their self-produced second EP My Love is Bold was nominated for Best Alternative Album in Canada's 2000 Juno Awards. Bad Taste Records in Sweden signed them the following year and they completed three tours of Europe before 2002, when their first full-length album Born a Lion was released. The band again completed several European tours and two Canadian tours, including a hometown opening slot with The Rolling Stones. The next Danko Jones album We Sweat Blood received a 2003 Juno nomination for Best Rock Album. The band toured for three years throughout Europe, Japan, Australia, North America and South Africa while putting together their next album Sleep Is the Enemy. During this time, Danko also released his first spoken-word album The Magical World of Rock and completed two spoken-word tours to support it. The hard-working band toured Canadian arenas with Nickelback in 2006 before hitting America and European festivals, releasing a Live in Stockholm DVD in the process. They again toured heavily behind 2008's Never Too Loud album and their 2009 B-sides collection. Danko writes four separate bi-monthly columns for European rock magazines, and continues to host his own radio show The Magical World of Rock broadcast from Sweden and syndicated to stations in Europe and Canada.

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DOUG ROBB
Hear from this rock star!Born from a Japanese mother and a Scottish father, Douglas Robb is the lead singer of the Southern Californian alternative rock band Hoobastank, who have sold more than 5 million albums worldwide to date since forming in 1994. Signing to Island Records in 2000 after a couple of self-produced discs, the band soon released a self-titled album for the label containing their breakthrough hit Crawling in the Dark. Propelled by chart success, the album went platinum, the band toured across America, Europe and Asia, before they were invited to play in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The title-track of their next album The Reason became a massive hit worldwide in 2004, reaching #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spending 21 weeks at the top of Canada's singles chart – a new record for most weeks at #1. The song was played during the final episode of the TV series Friends, while the album reached #3 on the Billboard 200 chart, was certified multi-platinum and received three Grammy nominations. The band has continued to tour the world and release new studio albums since – Every Man for Himself in 2006 that has been certified gold, and For(N)ever in 2009 – both of which have landed in the Billboard 200 album chart.

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EVAN SEINFELD
Formed in Brooklyn during 1987 by bassist and vocalist Evan Seinfeld, Biohazard is acknowledged as one of the earliest bands to fuse hardcore punk and heavy metal with elements of hip hop music. The band's 1992 album Urban Discipline sold more than a million copies worldwide, propelled by the video for the song Punishment, which became the most-played video in the history of MTV's Headbanger's Ball. Their next album also sold in excess of one million copies and the band toured the world once again. Evan began an acting career in 1998 playing Jaz Hoyt on HBO's award-winning series Oz. Porn star Tera Patrick saw one of his nude scenes on Oz and the two soon struck-up a relationship before marrying in 2004. In 2006, Evan participated in the VH-1 reality television series Supergroup that also starred Ted Nugent, Scott Ian, Sebastian Bach and Jason Bonham as a band named Damnocracy. Evan still plays concerts with Biohazard, as well as with his new band The Spyderz. Using the alias Spyder Jones, Evan has starred in and directed many adult movies. His
rockstarpimp.com website is the world's only celebrity rock star porn site.

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GINGER
The Wildhearts are a rock band formed during late-1989 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, following Ginger's sacking from The Quireboys. Throughout their turbulent and unpredictable history, The Wildhearts have remained at the forefront of the British rock scene. The only constant member has been the band's founder Ginger, who is the group's singer, guitarist and predominant songwriter. Despite several Top 20 singles and one Top 10 album in England, The Wildhearts have missed out on major commercial success, owing in part to difficulties with record companies and many internal problems often relating to recreational drugs and depression. Ginger has also embarked upon a variety of solo and side projects over the years. The Wildhearts' energetic live performances over recent times (including their show-stealing performance at 2008's Download Festival) has seen the band's popularity hit new heights as they tour worldwide and cement their reputation and legacy as one of the best rock bands the U.K. has ever produced. 2009 saw the release of their ninth studio album Chutzpah! before the band embarked on yet another tour.

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HANDSOME DICK MANITOBA
Hear from this rock star!In 1975, Richard "Handsome Dick" Manitoba (a.k.a. The Handsomest Man in Rock 'n' Roll) became the singer for The Dictators, the legendary New York City proto-punk band. The band's loud, hard, fast sound combined with junk culture lyrics created a rock'n'roll archetype that has inspired and influenced countless other bands, including The Ramones. Many consider The Dictators to be the first punk band from the New York scene to have an album released on a major label. The Handsome One opened his world-famous N.Y.C. rock bar named Manitoba's early in '99, where it remains an East Village institution. Since early 2005, Manitoba has been lead singer for the MC5, the iconic Detroit pre-punk rock'n'roll band most famous for their classic song Kick out the Jams. In 2006, The Dictators played the last-ever Friday and Saturday nights at the legendary punk rock venue CBGB. Dick is also a radio personality, currently hosting The Handsome Dick Manitoba Radio Program on Little Steven Van Zandt's Underground Garage channel on Sirius XM Radio.

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JAMES KOTTAK
Hear from this rock star!James Kottak is an American drummer who first came to prominence in the hard rock band Kingdom Come. Their self-titled debut album released in 1988 sounded remarkably like early Led Zeppelin and success of the first single Get It On helped the album go platinum in many countries, including Germany, Canada and the U.S. They toured on the Monsters of Rock festival, plus two tours supporting the Scorpions. James left Kingdom Come soon after their second album, before playing drums on albums by MSG and Warrant. He also formed his own punk band Krunk alongside wife Athena on drums (sister of Mötley Crüe's Tommy Lee). With James on lead vocals and guitar, they were awarded Best Punk Band in Los Angeles in 1997 and they continue playing today under the name Kottak. Since 1996, James has been the drummer for Scorpions, the German heavy metal / hard rock band who has sold more than 75 million albums worldwide. Highlights in recent Scorpions years with James include a collaborative album with the Berlin Philharmonic called Moment of Glory, a live unplugged album named Acoustica, and a live DVD titled 1 Night in Vienna. Their latest album Humanity: Hour 1 released in 2007 entered the Billboard charts at #63 and their two-and-a-half-year world tour took them through arenas as far as India and South Korea. The band is working on their next studio album Sting in the Tail, which is to be released in 2010.

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JESSE HUGHES
Hear from this rock star!Jesse is the enthusiastic front-man of the California-based garage rock band Eagles of Death Metal that he formed in 1998 with high school pal Josh Homme of Kyuss and Queens of the Stone Age fame. When the band finally released their debut album Peace, Love, Death Metal in 2004, several songs were used in television commercials and video games, including the first single I Only Want You. Jesse soon fell into a serious drug addiction, later crediting Homme with saving his life. The band's second album Death by Sexy included backing vocals from Jack Black, who also cameoed with Dave Grohl in the video for first single I Want You So Hard. The album broke into the Billboard 200 and reached #11 on the Top Independent Albums chart, as they toured with The Strokes and headlined their own U.S. tour. The band received a poor reaction during their first concert as support on the Guns N' Roses 2006 tour, prompting Axl Rose to famously call them the "Pigeons of Shit Metal" on stage – a phrase now tattooed on Jesse's forearm. Their next album Heart On from 2008 reached #57 on the charts, propelled by first single Wannabe in L.A. The Eagles of Death Metal continue to headline tours in the U.S. and abroad.

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JIMMY ASHHURST
Hear from this rock star!Italian-born Jimmy Ashhurst was first introduced to the recording studio when he was taken under the wing of Rat Scabies of seminal U.K. punk band The Damned. A decade later when Izzy Stradlin quit Guns N' Roses, he chose Jimmy to play bass and tour the world with him in his new outfit The JuJu Hounds. After spending a couple of years in jail due to drug convictions, Jimmy resurrected his music career and joined the hard rock band Buckcherry from Los Angeles. Their next release, entitled 15, heralded the band's own resurgence with the album going platinum and multi-platinum hit single Crazy Bitch being nominated for a Grammy. The album also featured the band's first Billboard Hot 100 top ten hit Sorry. Dubbed the "Next Great American Rock Band," Buckcherry's latest album Black Butterfly debuted in Billboard's Top 10 and was named the iTunes Rock Album of the Year for 2008. The band embarked on a North American tour with Kiss in 2009 and released their first live album Live & Loud 2009. Jimmy continues to enjoy meeting ladies as he tours all around the world with Buckcherry.

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JOEL O'KEEFFE
Hear from this rock star!Joel is the young, energetic lead singer and lead guitarist of Airbourne, an Australian pub rock band formed in 2003 in rural Victoria. On the back of an independent EP release in 2004, Capitol Records soon outbid many international labels to sign the band to a multi-million-dollar, five-album worldwide deal; believed to be the largest ever for a never-before-signed Australian band. Airbourne's rowdy and infectious live shows soon won them support slots for The Rolling Stones, Mötley Crüe and Motörhead, while a main stage place on the Big Day Out festival confirmed their reputation as one of the country's fastest rising bands. However two months prior to the release of their debut album, Capitol cancelled their lucrative long-term contract. The four-piece signed a new global deal with Roadrunner Records and Runnin' Wild was finally released, then nominated for two ARIA Awards and won a Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award for Best Debut Album. The band took their booze-and-sweat-soaked rock'n'roll around the world in 2008, including the U.S, Japan, Europe and sell-out headlining tours of the U.K., while gaining valuable exposure through a slew of video games and the WWE. Airbourne's second album No Guts. No Glory. is set for release early in 2010 and lots of touring is again being scheduled. Joel's onstage confidence, charisma and cockiness is rarely seen in a front-man in his early twenties, and is a perfect match to Airbourne's fist-pumping, anthemic tracks, full of double entendrés to ensure rock'n'roll will never die.

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LEMMY
Hear from this rock star!Born Ian Fraser Kilmister on Christmas Eve, Lemmy is the gravel-voiced singer and bass guitarist for English rock legends Motörhead. After working as a roadie for The Jimi Hendrix Experience in the late-sixties, Lemmy spent four years playing with space rock band Hawkwind, until he was fired in 1975 and spent five days in prison on drugs charges. He then formed the power-trio Motörhead and earned particular success in the early '80s with a number of U.K. Top 40 hits, including the classic single Ace of Spades and the #1 live album No Sleep 'til Hammersmith. Motörhead won their first Grammy in the awards of 2005 in the Best Metal Performance category. Over their thirty-plus-year career that continues with more albums and world tours today, Motörhead has unquestionably become one of the most influential rock'n'roll bands of all time, and the cool, bona fide bad-ass Lemmy revered as the Godfather of Metal. His instantly recognisable appearance, including facial moles and mutton chops, has even been immortalised with production of an official 6-inch action figure. Lemmy is synonymous with the rock'n'roll lifestyle, as supported by his 2002 autobiography White Line Fever. He also landed in the top ten of Maxim magazine's 2006 Living Sex Legends list, purporting he has slept with at least 1200 women.

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NICKE BORG
Hear from this rock star!Nicke has been the lead singer and guitarist for Swedish rock band Backyard Babies since 1989. Soon after their debut album Diesel & Power was released in 1994, the band went on hiatus while guitarist Dregen formed The Hellacopters. However, Dregen returned in 1997 for the band's critically-acclaimed album Total 13 and they've not looked back since, releasing a further four studio albums and touring the world many times over with the likes of Motörhead, AC/DC, Alice Cooper, and Social Distortion. The Making Enemies Is Good album brought their most commercial success, while the follow-up Stockholm Syndrome won them a Swedish Grammy award. Their latest album, simply self-titled as Backyard Babies, debuted in Sweden at #1 on the charts. The band is currently touring the globe to support the album, playing their lovable brand of booze-fueled, punk-infused, gutter rock'n'roll that's now earned the quartet worldwide acclaim. Backyard Babies will embark upon a twentieth anniversary tour early in 2010 before taking some time out to catch their breath.

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ROB PATTERSON
Rob is an American guitarist whose first major band was the hard rock / nu-metal group Otep. They were signed in 2001 after only four shows in L.A., without a demo, purely on their powerful and poetic live performances and outspoken political views. Sharon Osbourne was so impressed she offered the unsigned act a slot on the 2001 Ozzfest tour. Their 2002 debut Sevas Tra reached #145 on the Billboard 200, while their follow-up House of Secrets debuted at #93 two years later. Otep's video for Warhead made the top ten videos of 2004 on MTV's Headbanger's Ball as the band toured relentlessly. Rob then began playing guitar for Korn in 2005, starting off with a European tour and culminating with a televised acoustic performance and album MTV Unplugged: Korn. Released worldwide in March 2007, the live album debuted on the Billboard 200 at #9 after selling more than 50,000 copies in the U.S. that week. Since departing Korn in 2008, Rob has been working on a full-length solo album, DJ-ing across America (including the Hard Rock Hotel in Florida and two VMA parties in L.A.), and working with Otep again on their next album. He is currently engaged to Carmen Electra, the actress-model-dancer sex symbol, famous for her appearances on the TV series Baywatch and in Playboy magazine.

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TOBY RAND
Hear from this rock star!Toby is an Australian rock singer best known for his appearance on the Rock Star: Supernova reality television show, which was broadcast to millions worldwide in 2006 as he attempted to become the lead vocalist for a newly-formed supergroup featuring Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted, and former Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke. Earning the most encore performances of the contestants, he came third in the show's finale. This helped bring fame to his own band Juke Kartel, who then toured arenas across North America with Rockstar Supernova and now continue to impress live audiences with performances at premiere events like the MTV Video Awards, Rugby League's World Cup, and the Australian F1 Grand Prix. Ever the ladies' man, Toby was also a finalist in Australian Cleo's Bachelor of the Year 2008. Juke Kartel toured far and wide in support of their debut album Nowhere Left to Hide released early in 2009. This included a performance in front of 30,000 people in Norway at Quartz Music Festival before the band relocated to Los Angeles.

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VAZQUEZ
Hear from this rock star!Vazquez is the bassist and all-round stud in Damone, an American rock band hailing from Waltham, a city located just west of Boston, Massachusetts. Damone landed their first major record deal with RCA in 2002 and blazed onto the scene with their debut release From the Attic. They quickly found themselves touring all over North America, even having Butch Walker come out and cover a Lita Ford song with them on stage each night during one leg. They worked their way up to the main stage of the Warped festival and toured Japan before releasing their second album Out Here All Night. The album again saw them touring around the U.S. and Japan, plus a couple of tours around the U.K. Their music has been featured in several video games, including Madden NFL 07, Project Gotham Racing 2, and Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam. The band's songs have also been included in numerous movies and TV shows, while their song Revolution is the official anthem for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer. Damone's third album Roll the Dice features the lead vocal debut of Vazquez on the song Talk of the Town, which is accompanied by a raunchy promotional video.

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