SEXTAPES Schedules Hollywood Date

April 12, 2009

SEXTAPES, the Hollywood, California-based band featuring GUNS N' ROSES keyboardist Chris Pitman on vocals and guitar synth, will perform at the Key Club in West Hollywood, California on April 20 with STEEL PANTHER. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. and SEXTAPES will hit the stage at 10:00 p.m.

SEXTAPES released its self-titled debut album on November 11, 2008 via ToneRiot Records. The CD was made available through iTunes (worldwide),Best Buy stores, FYE, Borders Books, Wherehouse Records,, and more.

SEXTAPES consists of co-writer/founding member Kelly Wheeler on guitars, Marko Fox on bass, Ryan Brown on the drums and co-writer/producer Chris Pitman on lead vocals and guitar synth.

The band originated out of sheer perverse amusement with a series of informal jams by Wheeler and Fox in a cluttered garage. There, amid a bewildering array of audio electronics in every conceivable state of condition, promising sonic experiments continued with slated vocalist Pitman's enthusiastic blessings, even though he was about to embark on a mammoth tour as an integral part of GUNS N' ROSES. Between playing multiple instruments (for studio recording and live in concert),co-writing and co-producing for the new GN'R album, "Chinese Democracy", he is also a co-writer with frontman Axl Rose of the song "If The World" in the new Warner Bros. Pictures and Ridley Scott film "Body Of Lies".

Recorded at The Pass Studios in Hollywood where rock legends like SMASHING PUMPKINS recorded "Zeitgeist" and the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS recorded "Stadium Arcadium", the debut album was produced and mixed by Chris Pitman. All songs are written by Kelly Wheeler and Chris Pitman.

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