ROB ZOMBIE To Host Premiere Episode Of MTV's "The Extreme Rock Show"

March 29, 2002

According to an e-mail sent around by the owner of New York City's Bellevue Bar, Jimmy, MTV filmed the premiere episode of The Extreme Rock Show yesterday (March 28th) at Bellevue with host Rob Zombie. Says Jimmy: It's a video show, and Mr. Zombie introduces the videos & bullsh.ts in between them while standing in different parts of the bar. The show airs for the first time this Saturday @ midnight, I do believe. We got some pretty cool photos of Rob with the hearse for kicks too.

Bellevue Bar is located at the corner of 40th Street and 9th Avenue in New York City.

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