HWP’s promotional girls with Steel Panther at the Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina

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Cant Miss HWP’s promotional girls took a little time out from promoting to rock out with Steel Panther on Wednesday night, December 10, 2014, at the Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Founded on September 3, 1981, Glam Metal, Hair Metal and Heavy Metal band, Steel Panther formed off of a strong passion for metal and rock & roll.

Band Members:
MICHAEL STARR – Lead Vocals
SATCHEL – Lead Guitar
LEXXI FOXX – Bass Guitar
STIX ZADINIA – Drums

Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Record Label:
Open E Entertainment

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Bio:

MICHAEL STARR:

“I Started singing in kindergarten doing school plays. I also sang to my baby sitter so she would hug me and I could be next to her boobs. As a freshman I moved to L.A. with my mom cause she met this guy who sold drugs and produced a TV show in Hollywood. I Started my first band called “Free Beer”I had to change the name cause people always wanted to drink our beer that we had and that sucked. So I changed the name to “Black Panther,” cause chicks dig cats and black cars. We played keg parties and school talent shows. We came in 10th place in the talent show and that’s when the chicks started coming. Anyway, the keg parties were way cooler cause we got free beer all the time and we could get high on stage, plus we could steal food from the house we played and sleep there too. ( with chicks of course)”

SATCHEL:

“I was raised in the entertainment business. My mom was a waitress at one of the first Chuck E. Cheese’s to be built in Fresno, Ca., and my Dad auditioned for the Gong Show twice. Also, my Grandma is from Switzerland, and apparently there is quite a long line of yodelers on her side of the family.”

LEXXI FOXX:

I’m Lexxi Foxx. I like my name because Lexxi rhymes with sexy.

STIX ZADINIA:

Some drummers hit. Some drummers tap. When it comes to drums, nobody hits harder than me. I was raised in Jersey by my grandmother. She lived through the great depression. It must’ve really left an impression on her, cause growing up she never let me leave the dinner table without finishing every scrap of food on my plate. It was always high carb stuff, too. This led to me being morbidly obese by the third grade. I once missed the opportunity to audition for Bon Jovi by being over the weight limit by 230 plus lbs.


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