3FACED: Video Of BON JOVI Gig Posted Online
3FACED, the Southern California-based band featuring guitarist/vocalist Patrick Kennison (formerly of UNION UNDERGROUND) and bassist Marty O'Brien (TOMMY LEE, DISTURBED, STATIC-X), have uploaded a video clip of their March 3 gig at the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the opening act for BON JOVI. 3FACED landed the gig as part of a contest by the KLOS radio station in Los Angeles. The band were chosen based on two songs submitted. Check out the video at this location.
As previously reported, 3FACED took home the award for "Best Alternative Act" at the first annual "Southern California Music Awards". The band were also nominated in the "Best Song" category for their track "I Am". They performed at the event in front of a sold-out crowd of 1,200 at the historic Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro, California.
3FACED recently entered the studio to begin recording four new songs with producer/former EVANESCENCE guitarist/songwriter Ben Moody.
For more information, visit www.3Faced.net.
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