DAVID LEE ROTH Announces New Guitarist

February 7, 2002

Japanese guitarist Toshinori Toshi Hiketa is the new guitarist for DAVID LEE ROTH, according to an official statement by DAVID LEE ROTH drummer Ray Luzier. Toshi and I have been bros and have played together in various projects for a few years now, Luzier commented. He was asked to join last year as an additional guitarist for the DLR movie/video and to record with us in the studio. This guy's insane (and an amazing player)!

As some of you know, [DAVID LEE ROTH bassist] James [Lomenzo] and I started a fusion/rock band with Toshi last year called HIDEOUS SUN DEMONS, so we've been gettin' our groove on for months now. 'Nothin' but yeah' (as Dave would say)!

To check out Toshi's official web site, click here.

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