Former PRONG Bassist Discusses His Clothing Line On 'Maximum Threshold'

November 16, 2009

Bass player Brian Perry (PRONG, LIZZY BORDEN, Jake E. Lee's WICKED ALLIANCE, DIRTY LOOKS) was interviewed on this past Saturday's (November 14) edition of the "Maximum Threshold" show. The program is now available for streaming using the audio player below.

"Maximum Threshold" is an Internet radio show dedicated to presenting up-and-coming hard rock bands and successful bands as well as interviews, news and music reviews.

To hear the program live, go to this location.

Perry recently announced the launch of his first clothing line, the Walk And Roll Clothing Company.

A t-shirt company aimed at infants, toddlers, kids and mom's to be, Walk And Roll Clothing features slogans based on the world's most iconic and popular rock bands and their classic rock album titles, and songs twisted in a way to make them childlike in nature. Sayings such as "For Toes About To Walk", "Welcome To My Daycare", and "Master Of Muppets" among others are available for purchase from

Perry conceived the idea for the Walk And Roll Clothing Company in 2007 when his nephew, Jordan Perry, was born and could not find anything he liked in the local stores in Los Angeles. Perry recalls, "While shopping for the very first time for a newborn I could not for the life of me find anything that was cool and/or clever. So I went home and designed my own. Walk and Roll - For Toes About To Walk!"

Starting with one design spoofing AC/DC, Perry has grown the line to include upwards of 15 designs, including titles spoofing VAN HALEN, PINK FLOYD, CHEAP TRICK, SEX PISTOLS, DEF LEPPARD, ALICE IN CHAINS and others.

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