You know her. Your early memories of her were probably as a teenager in the ’80s or ’90s, watching an early morning music video show on MTV while your parents slept. She was lithe, with big hair. Barely dressed. Legs forever. She was the music video vixen. What started with Tawney Kitaen and took us all the way to Emily Ratajkowski is an obsession with some of pop culture’s most recognizable women. August is VH1 <3’s Video Vixens month, and today we’re looking back at the ones dancing ladies who first stole our hearts.
The steamy clip for Warrant‘s “Cherry Pie” made everyone hungry back in 1990, and now video vixen Bobbie Brown is taking us for a wild ride through her star-filled rock ‘n’ roll past. Her new book “Dirty Rocker Boys” hits the shelves on November 26th, and she is not afraid to give the dirt on her (very) famous lovers!
It’s the season where every convenience store is filled with candy from isle to isle – and we can’t seem to escape the sweetness. So to quench your daily dose of high fructose corn sizzurp, we’ve picked two amazing songs to Face-Off. Warrant‘s “Cherry Pie” and Def Leppard‘s “Pour Some Sugar On Me” are two serious hard (candy) rock songs I can’t stop listening too… and I bet you’re on the same sugar rush. So vote now and tell us which music video is tastier. And don’t forget to brush your teeth.
Where would you be without hard rock and heavy metal music? Hopefully we won’t ever have to find out. Watch the new promo for That Metal Show with everyone from Slash, Lemmy (Motorhead), Michael Schenker, Warrant, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Tom Morello, and more of your favorite rock stars as they sound sound-off on why they’re passionate about hard rock music, and list their favorite bands. Oh, and don’t worry, we aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. A brand new season of That Metal Show starts this August on VH1 Classic.
Last week on That Metal Show, we welcomed back Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason (Warrant), and Michael Schenker, who rocked out as our guest musician. Did you miss the episode? Watch it online, right here.
This week we are joined by TMS alum; Frank Hannon (Tesla), who is our guest musician for the week, Michael Schenker, and Mike McCready (Pearl Jam). In the clip we have for you above, the guys start talking about The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame (Eddie’s favorite), and McCready excites the guys when he tells them that Pearl Jam has been talking about holding out on accepting their entrance to the RRHOF until Kiss gets inducted. How rock n’ roll would that be? Watch the new episode of That Metal Show this Saturday at 11 p.m. ET/10 CT on VH1 Classic.
This week on That Metal Show, we were joined by Lemmy (Motörhead), Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason (Warrant), and Michael Schenker, who rocked out as our guest musician for the second week in a row. For our TMS Top 5 segment we decided to have the hosts come up with the Top 5 Albums of this century. There aren’t THAT many bands out there, so it shouldn’t be so hard, right? Let’s get started.
How do you choose from Tesla’s album; Into the Now (with the original band, mind you), Buckcherry’s comeback record; 15, Accept’s; Blood of The Nations, which ended up on both Eddie and Don’s list, it’s a tough choice. You also have the underrated band like Hatebreed, who released Perseverance back in 2002 and The Blackening by Machine Head who is Jim’s “modern day Master of Puppets” (Metallica). Which, of course, is debatable. So, what ended up on the list? We’ve got it for you below.
Last week on That Metal Show, we were joined by Michael Schenker (who rocked out on the guitar for us) and Iron Maiden‘s Adrian Smith. The guys talked all things Maiden and Eddie got a little emotional when surprised with a gift from Michael Schenker. Miss the episode? No worries, we have the full episode online, right here. (Go ahead and watch it at work, we don’t mind.)
This week, we welcome back Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead) who will be joined by Jerry Dixon and Robert Mason (Warrant) as well as Michael Schenker, who will be returning as our guest musician. The guys from Warrant discuss the untimely loss of Jani Lane and the last time they saw him alive, and Lemmy weighs in on why hard drugs were never for him. A brand new episode of That Metal Show airs this Saturday at 11 p.m. ET/10 CT on VH1 Classic.
We’ve got terrible news to pass along to you this morning. TMZ is reporting that Jani Lane, ex-frontman of the glam metal band Warrant, was found dead in a Los Angeles area hotel last night at the age of 47. A cause of death has yet to be determined.
Lane, along with his band, rose to fame in the late eighties when the glam (some would say “hair”) metal scene of the Sunset Strip exploded in popularity. Warrant’s debut album, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, was released by Columbia Records and was somewhat of an unexpected hit. The LP, powered by the smash power ballad “Heaven” (video below), cracked the Billboard Top Ten and positioned the band for even bigger things with the release of 1990’s Cherry Pie. The title track of that record, thanks in large part to its innuendo-laden lyrics, is remembered as one of the raunchier songs and videos of the era, and launched star (and future wife of Lane’s) Bobbi Brown into pin-up status.
By most accounts, the last few years have been difficult for Lane. After struggling with alcohol issues, he appeared on VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club 2 in 2005 and seemed to get his life back on track. However, he fell back into old habits and served nearly four months in jail in 2010 after receiving his second DUI. His body was found in a hotel room of the Comfort Inn in Woodland Hills, California last night.
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