TOMMY LEE To Peform On 'Tonight Show With Jay Leno'

Bassist Marty O'Brien (TOMMY LEE, DISTURBED, STATIC-X) has issued the following update:

"Lots to talk about in this update, as I've been very very busy…

"Last week I taped an episode of 'Sessions at AOL' with Tommy Lee [MÖTLEY CRÜE]. We performed three songs live in studio A at Capitol Records. The AOL cameras were there to capture it all, and you'll be able to view the performances and 'behind-the-scenes footage' here starting on August 9th. I will also be peforming on two TV shows next week with Tommy, including 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'. Another TV show we will be on is 'Celebrity Roast of Pamela Anderson' on Comedy Central. We are the musical guest for the night, so that should be a lot of fun. Those two TV performances with Tommy Lee will also include my 3-FACED bandmate Patrick Kennison (ex-UNION UNDERGROUND) on guitar!

"A few days ago, I did a recording session with British female singer DIRTY HARRY for her upcoming album with Scott Humphrey (ROB ZOMBIE, TOMMY LEE) producing. DIRTY HARRY's album will drop in 2006, so be on the lookout! I'm also scheduled to start recording Ben Moody's [ex-EVANESCENCE] upcoming solo album over the next couple months. Ben's songs are absolutely amazing and I look forward to getting to work on that. I also have some local L.A. shows with 3-FACED coming up."

Upcoming Marty O'Brien appearances:

Aug. 08 – "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (musical guest: TOMMY LEE)
Aug. 09 - Tommy Lee on "Sessions at AOL" (three songs performed live in a studio)
Aug. 11 - Performing w/ 3-FACED at the Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood, CA (w/ THE DREAMING)
Aug. 14 - "Celebrity Roast of Pamela Anderson" on Comedy Central. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel (musical guest: TOMMY LEE band; show is rebroacasted all week long so check your local listings).
Sep. 12 - 3-FACED live at the Key Club, Hollywood, CA (w/ THE DREAMING, METAL SKOOL)


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