BulletBoys / Enuff Z'Nuff

Streets of London Presents

BulletBoys / Enuff Z'Nuff

The Blackouts

Mon 9/24/18

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 12:30 am)

$5.00 - $100.00

This event is 21 and over

$20 Advance/ $25 Day of Show

BulletBoys
BulletBoys
Hair / Glam Metal (Heavy Metal) band from Los Angeles, California (USA).

The BulletBoys were formed in 1986 in after Marq Torien, Mick Sweda and Lonnie Vencent left King Kobra. Session and touring drummer Marc Danzeisen rounded out the band. After months of rehearsing and playing local Los Angeles rock clubs Marc Danzeisen left the band to join Epic recording artists The Riverdogs. New rock drummer Jimmy D'Anda was recruited prior to the band signing their contract with Warner Brothers. The band’s first two albums (BulletBoys, released on September 16, 1988 by Warner Brother Records/WEA and Freakshow, released on March 12, 1991, by Warner Brothers Records/WEA) were well received and the band sold over 1 million copies worldwide. From their album Freakshow, the band was in heavy rotation on the cable music channel MTV with its music video for the song 'Hang on St. Christopher' which capitalized on the band's good looks in a black and white dreamy car wreck sequence with religious undertones.

Vocals - Marq Torien
Guitar - Mick Sweda (2)
Bass - Lonnie Vencent
Drums, Percussion - Jimmy D'Anda
Enuff Z'nuff
Enuff Z'nuff
Formed in 1984 in Blue Island, Illinois, Enuff Z'Nuff soon grew a live following and recorded their first demo songs, some of which would be officially released only much later in their career. The band's first single, "Fingers On It," received some recognition when it was featured in the 1986 cult movie Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.

By 1989, Enuff Z'Nuff had released their first major label offering, a self-titled debut album on Atco Records, with founding members Donnie Vie and Chip Z'Nuff being joined by guitarist Derek Frigo and drummer Vik "Vikki" Foxx.

For their follow-up album, 1991's Strength, the band tried to tone-down their glam image. It was released in 1991 to strong reviews, however, this follow-up album did not sell nearly as well as their first.

The band filed bankruptcy and left Atco Records, but soon after the band was picked up by Arista Records, releasing their 1993 album Animals With Human Intelligence.

This release, much like Strength, received some critical acclaim, but ultimately failed commercially. Before the album's release, drummer Vikki Foxx quit the band to join Vince Neil's solo band. He was replaced by former "War & Peace" member Ricky Parent.

After Enuff Z'Nuff was dropped from Arista, guitarist Derek Frigo parted ways with the band.

Lead singer and songwriter Donnie Vie stopped touring with the group in 2002 to embark upon a solo career.
Enuff Z'Nuff continued to tour in his absence as a 3-Piece with their lead guitarist Johnny Monaco also serving as the band's singer.

In 2004, former lead guitarist Derek Frigo died from an apparent drug overdose at the age of 37.

Another tragedy struck when the band's drummer Ricky Parent lost his long time battle with cancer in October 2007. Parent had been with the band for approximately 13 years.

The newly reformed Enuff Z'Nuff has performed at the Rocklahoma Music Festival in Pryor, Oklahoma in July 2008, on the same bill as Poison's Bret Michaels and Skid Row's Sebastian Bach. Since then, other tour dates have been announced.

Members:
Donnie Vie, Chip Z'Nuff, Randi Scott, Tory Stoffregan
The Blackouts
The Blackouts
Denver’s premiere aggressive all-female hard rock band! The Blackouts originated in 2008, through mutual friends in the basement of Kate Innes’s (guitarist/founder) of the band. It was as if the universe brought the perfect combination of women together and our lives were instantly transformed. After 6 months, we began to play relentlessly all over Colorado’s underground scene and beyond. Now a decade later, we are Rockin as hard as ever!
Venue Information:
Streets of London Pub
1501 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80218
http://streetsoflondondenver.com/