June 21, 2010

Jimi Bowers of Stripped Down TV recently conducted an interview with Las Vegas' favorite band SIN CITY SINNERS, which consists of Brent Muscat (formerly of FASTER PUSSYCAT),Todd Kerns (AGE OF ELECTRIC),Mike Eliis, and Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB). Watch the chat below.

"The Sinners" is a monthly comedic series featuring a "rocumentary" look at the lives of SIN CITY SINNERS.

In webisode one, "The Sub," the band becomes worried when Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) hires SINNERS lead singer Todd Kerns for a summer tour and SIN CITY SINNERS is forced to hold auditions for a possible substitute vocalist.

"The Sinners" is written and directed by Jason Green. He describes the series as a cross between "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Spinal Tap".

The first webisode will premiere June 25 at the Sunset Station and will begin appearing on YouTube and on Monday, June 27.

SIN CITY SINNERS can now be seen in Las Vegas at Club Madrid inside Sunset Station every Friday night at 10 p.m. All shows are FREE!

SIN CITY SINNERS will release an acoustic EP, "Broken Record", in July. The CD will contain new versions of your favorite SINNERS songs and previously unreleased music. There will only be a limited pressing of CDs and then it will become available on iTunes. A CD-release party and performance at the Sunset Station in Las Vegas will be held in mid-July.

SIN CITY SINNERS' "Goin' To Vegas" video was directed by Jason Green and features cameos from adult-film stars Ron Jeremy and Sunny Leone, Vegas entertainer Carrot Top, plus musicians Vinnie Paul Abbott (HELLYEAH, PANTERA),Bobby Blotzer (RATT) and Eric Dover (SLASH'S SNAKEPIT).

"Goin' To Vegas" comes off SIN CITY SINNERS' debut CD, "Exile on Fremont Street", which was released earlier this year.

SIN CITY SINNERS is best known for having a special celebrity guest jam with the band each week. They were voted "Best Local Band," second only to THE KILLERS in the Las Vegas Review-Journal's "Best Of Vegas" readers' poll.

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