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New Poster For ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Slashes It’s Way Online

New Poster For ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Slashes It’s Way Online

Warner Brothers has recently released a brand new promotional poster the highly anticipated reboot of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Check it out below along with the recently released trailer for the film. Looks like this one could be a winner!

Official Plot Synopsis: Freddy Krueger returns in “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” a contemporary re-imagining of the horror classic. A group of suburban teenagers share one common bond: they are all being stalked by Freddy Krueger, a horribly disfigured killer who hunts them in their dreams. As long as they stay awake, they can protect one another…but when they sleep, there is no escape.

Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film stars Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kellan Lutz, Katie Cassidy, Clancy Brown and Connie Britton. ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ is slated to hit theaters on April 30, 2010.

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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Trailer Slashes It’s Way Online!

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Trailer Slashes It’s Way Online!

nightmare_on_elm street_logo_2009The first trailer for the remake of a ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ has debuted via Myspace. Check it out below and weigh in with your thoughts!

Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film stars Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kellan Lutz, Katie Cassidy, Clancy Brown and Connie Britton. ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ is slated to hit theaters on April 30, 2010.


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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Remake Release Date Pushed Back

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Remake Release Date Pushed Back

The remake for ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ which was originally scheduled to hit theaters on April 16, 2010 has been delayed. The rebirth of this slasher franchise will now be released on  April 30, 2010.

The reasoning for the date which is simple according to Andrew Form of Platinum Dunes who recently told ShockTillYouDrop.com : “We’re all alone on that weekend. There were two other movies on the 16th. The 30th we’re all alone and that takes us into May.”

Last week, fans were treated to the first poster for the remake for ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ which you can out below and weigh in with your thoughts…

Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film stars Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kellan Lutz, Katie Cassidy, Clancy Brown and Connie Britton.


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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Official Poster Claws It’s Way Online!

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Official Poster Claws It’s Way Online!

Over the past twenty four hours, fans have been treated to both the new logo treatment and their first glimpse of Jackie Earle Haley as horror icon ‘Freddy Krueger’. The first poster for the remake of ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ is officially been unleashed and it doesn’t disappoint. Check it out below and weigh in with your thoughts…

The film is currently slated to arrive in theaters April 16, 2010.

Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film stars Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kellan Lutz, Katie Cassidy, Clancy Brown and Connie Britton.


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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ – The First Glimpse of Freddy Krueger!

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ – The First Glimpse of Freddy Krueger!

Fans of ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ now have something to get excited about! You can now catch the first glimpse of Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger in Warner Bros. and New Line CInema’s A Nightmare on Elm Street.

The film is currently slated to arrive in theaters April 16, 2010.

Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film stars Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kellan Lutz, Katie Cassidy, Clancy Brown and Connie Britton.

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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ – Logo For The Remake Revealed!

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ – Logo For The Remake Revealed!

The logo treatment for the remake of ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ has be released and it looks bloody good! Check out the image below and be on the lookout for the first image of Freddy Krueger which is set to be released later today!

The films stars Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen) as Freddy Krueger, Rooney Mara as Nancy, Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Clancy Brown, Katie Cassidy, Kyle Gallner, Connie Britton and Kellan Lutz.

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ slashes its way into theaters nationwide on April 16th, 2010.

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‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Producer Brad Fuller Blogs On Making The Film

‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Producer Brad Fuller Blogs On Making The Film

freddy-krueger-450x304‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ producer Brad Fuller wrapped principal photography this week on the highly anticipated remake from Platinum Dunes.

To shed some light on his experiences making the film, he has offered up a brand new blog over at Bloody-Disgusting.com.

Here are a few excerpts to wet your whistle:

On Jackie Earle Haley’s portrayal of Freddy Krueger…
“Proud that Jackie Earle Haley was uncompromising in his desire to create a Freddy that is uniquely his own creation. Proud of Andrew Clement for his desire to create a look that will shock and scare you. You will surely recognize Freddy, but he is distinctively different, more real, and more burned. Jackie and Clement spent four hours a day painstaking applying all the make-up, appliances, texture before coming to shoot. And when we were all done at the end of the day they had to stay for at least another hour to take it off.”

On director Sam Bayer and what he brought to the film…
“Sam Bayer suffered for this movie. He pushed himself so hard that I worried that he couldn’t maintain his pace, yet he did. No one had more sleepless nights than Sam – replaying the day’s events over and over in his head, questioning how to make it scarier, better. We would often have breakfast together before shooting and he was never content. If he was concerned that he could improve on a scare, he and our first ad, Myron, would figure out our schedule so we could shoot the scene until Sam felt it was as good as it could be. Sam has very high standards and he was unrelenting. He brought all his experience to those nightmares and they are outstanding – if you aren’t familiar with his work, check him out on YouTube, he is a great visual artist.”

You can check out the blog at this location:

Again, kudos to Bloody-Disgusting.com, Platinum Dunes and Brad Fuller for this blog.

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Michael Jackson To Auction 2,000 Personal Items

Michael Jackson To Auction 2,000 Personal Items

It seems that the common man isn’t the only one effected by these trying financial times. The King of Pop seems to have been affected as well. A huge public auction is being held this April, where over 2,000 of Michael Jackson‘s personal belongings will go up for auction.

michael_jackson_4The event is to be held over the course of five days at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Michael Jackson himself was key in organizing the exhibition. The world renowned entertainer hopes to raise millions of dollars to improve his current financial woes.

The vast auction has filled a six-volume book detailing every lot and US TV channel the Auction Network are set to broadcast the auction live both on national TV and the internet.

Items on sale include the gates to his Neverland Ranch, a touring coach, a signed oil-painting of Jackson dressed as a king, a golf cart featuring the singer depicted as Peter Pan, Jackson’s sequinned jacket he wore for the 1984 Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony, a set of his signature Swarovski crystal gloves (including the iconic white glove from his Billie Jean video) and a robotic Michael Jackson head from his 1988 film Moonwalker.

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Meet The Repo Man: An Interview with Director Darren L. Bousman

Meet The Repo Man: An Interview with Director Darren L. Bousman


An Interview with Director Darren Lynn Bousman

A director like Darren Lynn Bousman is a rare find in Hollywood these days. He is inventive, passionate and not afraid to risk it all to take a chance on something that he believes in. While he may not yet be a household name, he is certainly on the fast track to invade the collective conscience of the movie-going public. Bousman wrote and directed the hugely successful Saw II, and quickly followed that success up with the equally blockbusting sequels: Saw III and Saw IV. He became one of the few horror directors in history that has achieved back-to-back $30 million openings, and he accomplished this all before turning 30. Rather then simply resting on his laurels, Bousman walked away from the wildly successful franchise to pursue his longstanding personal project a rock opera!

Repo! The Genetic Opera, is a high-powered musical that takes place in the not-so-distant future. The tale begins as an epidemic of organ failures has devastated the planet, killing tens of millions. As scientists feverishly make plans for a massive organ harvest program, a multi-billion dollar biotech company called GeneCo begins to manufacture the world’s salvation by offering simple payment plans to those lacking the necessary funds to purchase new body parts outright. Nothing comes without a price as all financed organs are subject to default procedures, including repossession at the hand of the notorious organ repo men.

The film masterfully blends a beautifully dark storyline with the gory elements that Bousman mastered in the Saw series. The cast features Paul Sorvino, Alexa Vega, Sarah Brightman, Anthony Head and the infamous Paris Hilton, Repo! opened on just seven screens in the Fall of 2008. Bousman and many dedicated members of the cast took to the road to prove to the studio and the naysayers that the film truly had an audience. Thus, the Repo! Road Tours were born! Months later, the film is playing to sellout crowds in cities all over the country and has developed a cult following that is growing larger with each passing day. Jason Price and Steve Johnson of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with Darren Lynn Bousman on a Repo Road Tour stop in Greenbelt, Maryland. It was there that they discussed the directors past, his experience in taking this unique picture to the masses and what may lie in store for him in the not too distant future.


Alexa Vega and Darren Lynn Bousman on the set of Repo! The Genetic Opera!

Alexa Vega and Darren Lynn Bousman on the set of Repo! The Genetic Opera!

Icon Vs. Icon: Where did you grow up?

Darren Lynn Bousman: I grew up in Kansas City and Shawnee, Kansas. 

When did you decide to pursue a career as a filmmaker?

I just knew that I wasn’t into the whole academic, scholarly, football or sports type of thing. I was always into being creative and creating. I think creating is what did it for me. 

What were some of your influences, be it other filmmakers or otherwise, that influenced you growing up? 

Well growing up, I would have to say it was Steven Spielberg and anything that he ever did. I was also into the obscure like David Lynch, Jim Jarmusch and Quentin Tarantino. I was a huge fan of Quentin Tarantino. I would flip out and see (his movies) numerous times in the theater. 

You co-wrote Saw 2, what was that experience like?

Saw 2 was a weird one, because I had written a script prior to that called The Desperate. I had spent years writing it and it was bought and then turned into Saw 2. So it was crazy. It was like handing your child over and saying “Here ya go!” but it was great too. In retrospect, it was the best thing to happen to me because I wouldn’t be here right now. 

Do you prefer writing or directing? 

I think that writing is amazing, but it takes a lot of sacrifice to write. It takes a lot to lock yourself in a quiet room to write! Directing is more immediate. I love them both. I would like to say that I like writing more but I would like to say that I am a better director then I am a writer. 

repo-poster1After directing Saw 3, you swore you would not direct anymore Saw films, so you could concentrate on Repo! The Genetic Opera. What brought you back on board the Saw series?

We had to record the album for Repo! and the album took about 8 months pre-production. There was a big gap of time where I had nothing to do. I didn’t have time to do another movie because Repo! was right there. The Saw films were being done so expeditiously from start to finish, that it was the only movie that I could have done. It was like stepping into a familiar pair of shoes, I knew it. It was something that I could do quickly and easily and I really knew what I was doing with that. 

Did you envision yourself as a horror director at the beginning of your career? 

No. Horror is my favorite genre but that isn’t what I set out to do. I actually started off in comedy, and there is a lot of comedy in Repo! but I definitely didn’t set out thinking that I would only do horror. 

You are a member of the so-called “Splat Pack,” do you look at that as an honor or a bit of a negative? 

It’s amazing! Let them label me whatever they want! To be put into the same group as Eli Roth and Rob Zombie is awesome. So yeah, that is great, give us a name, it’s great! 

Can you tell us a little about the process of how you first got involved with Repo! The Genetic Opera

Repo! is something that I got involved with back in 2002. It started as a stage play and I was the first director on the stage play. It was the first production of it and I simply fell in love with it. It is something that I have been fighting for, for eight years now and here we are on the third Repo! Road Tour. It hasn’t been an overnight thing. It has been an eight year process of me yelling and fighting and threatening and blackmailing and burning bridges and all of that! 

repo-poster21What were the challenges in that eight year process?

Absolutely everything! This has not been an easy process! It has been nothing but heartache and struggle, which I think has made it better. Nothing was easy or handed to us on this project. You would think that having three number one box offices, that things would get easy. It didn’t, it got harder. To be here right now is a victory. Everyone told us that this movie would fail and the critics said that it was the worst movie ever made. The fact of the matter is that we said: “Fuck ’em! We know it’s good and we know what we like.” Here we are now backing up what we were talking about and putting our money where our mouths are.

You have gathered a pretty eccentric cast of great actors and actresses. How did the casting process play itself out?

The casting was the easiest that I have ever done, easier than any of the Saw films. I made a list of my top five actors for each part and got all five of my number ones. Every single person was my top choice and that never happens in Hollywood! I think that we were able to attract people because it is so different and people aren’t used to doing movies like this. If you go to someone like Paul Sorvino and say: “Play a mob boss,” he has played a mob boss over and over again. If you say: “Play an operatic mob boss who sings the entire way through,” he never gets offered that and that is amazing. 

You obviously have believed in the project since day 1, looking back on it what are your fondest memories of it? 

Standing here right now. Every day is a victory won. We were told we were going to fail and that no one would even like this movie. Yet we are still selling out theaters and having lines that wrap around the block. I don’t think it gets better than this. 

You and your team took a very grassroots approach in promoting the film. Tell us a little about how that has affected you. 

As a filmmaker, I feel like I have grown more with this movie than I have with anything, because I am not relying on anyone to sell the movie. It is me selling the movie. I think that being a director is being a salesman. It is selling your vision of a movie. This is all underground [motioning to the line that wraps around the building] this is not commercialized. This is not a studio pushing us. This is Myspace, Facebook, IMDB and word of mouth. We were able to do this (The Repo! Road Tours) to drum up this tremendous amount of underground support. It is much better than commercializing something. 

The door for a sequel is left open at the end of the film. Is making a sequel to Repo! The Genetic Opera something that you would be interested in doing? 

One hundred percent. Absolutely. I am begging to do a sequel, just like I begged to do the first one. Nothing would make me happier than doing a sequel to this movie. 

repo-poster3Repo! Is getting ready to hit DVD and Blu-ray. What can we expect from the release?

The film was shot on HD and it is a beautiful looking movie. A lot of movies are shot on 35mm and then transferred to HD and it loses something. Repo! was shot on HD, so it looks amazing. I hope that people get to see it on HD. The DVD has a lot of behind the scenes features and a lot of commentaries where you will hear us trash talking everybody! I don’t hold anything back. I have grudges and I throw them out there, so that is good. The DVD is fun. The hope is that if the DVD sells well, that it will pave the way to a sequel. More importantly, it would pave the way for more movies like this to be made. Look at the paper, open it. It is sequel after sequel after sequel and remake after remake after remake. I want to see something original and unique. The only way that this can happen is for movies like this to do well. 

How do you feel about the trend of sequels? 

Well, I have done three sequels. I am the most unoriginal guy that I know! [laughs] That is why this movie is so important, to prove to people that I am more than just a “sequel guy.” I think that there are some great original ideas out there. People say that originality is dead. It’s not dead, it’s just not rewarded and that is the problem. I need to prove to them that you can make an original movie and make money on it at the same time. 

Any chance of you directing outside of the horror genre?

Well, Repo! isn’t horror it is a rock opera but I am doing an action film next and there is no horror at all. 

Can you tell us a little about that? 

Not yet, it is too soon. I can say that it is a massive heist movie. It’s the “Anti-Ocean’s Eleven.” 

You filmed an episode of Fear Itself entitled “New Years Day”. What was that experience like? Did you enjoy the format? 

No. I mean, it was awesome but it was so quick. I like movies because you can take your time, but with this we were shooting ten pages a day. It was insane. It was also weird to be restricted to doing “PG” when I am used to doing “R.” I love filmmaking more. 

Rep! The Genetic Opera! Hits DVD & Blu-Ray on 1.20.2009

At one point you were set you to direct a project entitled Wichita, the remake of Scanners and The Devil’s Butchershop. Are any of those still in your plans? 

Witchita is, yes. 

What is next for you?

The action movie. It’s a big action movie. 

When can we look for that? 

Next summer.

What advice would you give to someone just starting out on a career in the film industry?

Find something that you believe in that you are willing to risk your career over, your life over. Don’t do something for a paycheck, do it because you believe in it. I lost everything because of this movie and I think that is what is going to make it successful. It’s not about money, it’s about passion. You have to do things out of passion. 

Any last words? 

Buy the DVD, Tuesday, January 20th! [laughs] No, what I really have to say is, support originality. If you don’t it will die. You will only see remakes or sequels. This film may not be your cup of tea. You may walk in here and hate it, loath it or despise it, but it’s fact is it’s different. I don’t care if you like it or hate it, you have to acknowledge that it is different. One day we will all wake up and it’s all going to be carbon copies of the same movies. This film is a chance to show them that we want to see something different. So, whether you love it or hate it, support it because it is different. 

Thanks for you time and best of luck to you! 

Thanks a lot guys! 

Check out the trailer for the film below:

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Lita Ford: The Next Chapter In Her Rockin’ History

Lita Ford: The Next Chapter In Her Rockin’ History

Lita Ford: Returns To RockIt was the mid-70’s when Lita Ford, alongside her bandmates in The Runaways, exploded onto the scene. In the 80’s, Lita Ford went solo and rose to superstardom as one of the premiere rock acts of that decade. As the music industry began to change, Ford left the stage to take on her biggest challenge to yet raising a family. Today, three decades after setting out on her musical journey, Lita Ford stands ready to return to the limelight and once again take the industry by storm. Jason Price of Live-Metal.Net recently had the opportunity to ask Lita about her past, her upcoming album and what we can expect from her highly anticipated return to the realm of rock n’ roll.

How did music first come into your life?

My cousin took me to a concert when I was 13 years old and it changed my life. I wanted to become the person on the stage. I wanted to create the energy that I felt that night. It was a life changing experience.

What drove you to make music your career?

It was a gift from God. It came naturally.

What has kept you inspired through the years?

My kids. Watching them try to learn how to play the guitar or drums or perform on stage. It’s been a lot of fun.

You rose to superstardom and then decided to step out of the spotlight. Was there any particular reason you decided to take a break?

The music industry had changed so drastically that there really wasn’t a place for me at the time. I had just gotten married  almost 15 years ago! Also, I was pretty tired of all the ASSHOLES in the industry. It was time for a break and time to start a family.

The obvious question fans would want to know is what have you been up to these past few years?

When we had our boys, all I wanted to do was be a great mother and raise them the best I could. Family is the most important thing to us everything else is secondary.

Was there any specific event that made decide now was the time for you to make your return to the scene?

Not really. A few nudging phone calls from an inspiring friend and an itch that wouldn’t go away.

Was there ever any doubt in your mind that you would one day return?

I always hoped I would, wasn’t too sure though because I wasn’t going to leave my family at home and the kids were too young to travel with us. Now they’re older and they like to ROCK!

You got a band together and played some shows earlier this year… What was it like to be back in the spotlight in front of the fans at Rocklahoma?

The welcome back was HUGE! It was overwhelming! Hats off to all the fans that stuck through the storms there. It was pretty fierce but they stayed and rocked out with us!

You recently announced that you will be working on a new album for a 2009 release, what can you tell us about the project?

Heavier than ever, nastier than ever, more sexual than ever. Very personal lyrics  yeah me and Jim are freaks! There will be no denying that when everyone hears the new songs!

Would the new material be “Classic Lita” or more of a departure? Sonically, what can we expect?

Raunchy filth with a touch of class and a whole lotta ass!

Do you have a typically writing process that you use when you start working on new music?

Every song is different. Jim (Gillette) and I wrote the new songs with Greg Hampton. Greg just wrote and co produced the new Alice Cooper album. Lyrically, Jim and I would go back and forth comparing notes from the night before:

Lita – Did I really say that???

Jim – Uh yes you did Honey!

Lita – I told you to stick your *$&@^#* in my  *#^%*#?

Jim – Uh yes you did!

Lita – Ok, go with it!

We’re having two versions of the album, a PG and a XXX.

How did you go about selecting the musicians you will be taking into the studio with you?

We had auditions in NY. This is my best band ever!

Stet Howland: Drums

Michael T Ross: Keys

JC: Bass

I handle all the guitars.

Is there a tentative title or release date for the album at the moment?

Title, yes but it’s a secret! Release date? Sometime around the summer. Can’t wait!

Is it safe to say that we will see you hit the road in support of the album when it is released?

Yes – we plan on playing at least 75 shows in 2009!

What do you hope that people come away with after listening to your music or seeing your live performance?

Listening to my music, I guess high on the list would be that chicks can rock a guitar! Also with these songs I tried to show that you can be a mom, have a family, make dinner and still be a FREAK with your man when the kids go to sleep! Just because we’re getting older and have real lives doesn’t mean we have to get boring! Actually we’re getting freakier and freakier! When you hear the songs you’ll know what I’m talking about! The live show is all about forgetting everything and having fun. I want the audience to forget all their problems and responsibilities for an hour and just rock. Feel that intense energy that I did when I was 13. Hopefully I can cause the same kind of impact that my first concert had on me!

You recently worked with Dee Snider for a duet on “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and shot a video for that song. What was that experience like for you?

Twisted Sister = Awesome! It was great working with them! Dee is a great talent and a great friend of our family. He’s also one of the people that helped pull me out of hiding. We’re very excited to see the Christmas video as they’re working on it right now. It was a lot of fun.

Is their something that jumps out at you in your mind as the defining moment of your career?

A tidal wave coming at me and it’s happening right now! Actually I do kind of have something. Sometimes when I’m walking through an airport or having a bite to eat at a restaurant someone will come up to me and tell me how they started playing guitar because of me. Or a girl will start crying and tell me that my music really helped her through some rough times. I’m so glad to know that I’ve touched so many people’s lives. It’s a wonderful feeling to know you’ve helped people. People that you don’t even know. I love that.

In regards to your career, is there anything you would do again differently if you had the chance?

I think I did pretty good. No, I wouldn’t change anything.

You recently performed at the ‘Rock For The Cure’ charity event for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. How did you first get involved with this great cause and what was that performance like for you?

My mother passed away in 1990 from breast cancer. I feel like I have an obligation to do something, anything I can to help find a cure. The show was magic. There were 2 little girls there that brought in over $2000!!! They were incredible, they had a lemonade stand and a garage sale! Incredible young ladies!

I think many fans definitely would like to know if the door is still open for a Runaways reunion. Is that something that we may see materialize at some point?

Sorry but uh, No!

You were asked to be a part of VH1’s Surreal Life in 2007. Any specific reason why you turned it down?

It was bad timing.

Ever had a “Spinal Tap Moment” on stage?

My old drummer Randy Castillo stood up during a drum solo and put his foot up on his floor tom to change the pitch and his parachute pants ripped completely open exposing all his manhood to the audience. He didn’t even care he just kept right on drummin’. I covered my eyes and laughed.

Seeing that you were hugely successful in an era where rock was a largely male dominated field, do feel that it is any easier for women in rock these days?

It’s still a male dominated field but some of us women know how to play some of the men! HA HA and I’m not talking sexual this time!

Do you think music today, and rock n’ roll in particular, has lost it’s flair from the past?

It’s changed it’s different but not lost.

What does a lifelong guitar player like yourself think of the Guitar Hero and Rock Band video game craze we are currently having?

The Rockers from yesterday are leading the path for the next generation of Rockers! I love it!

What is the best piece of advice you could give to those who are just starting out and considering making a career in the music industry?

Cut one leg off and enter an ass kicking contest, it would be easier! Just kidding. Follow your dreams! I did and it’s been an incredible journey.

Is there anything else you want to add or let your fans know?

I wouldn’t be a legend if not for the support of my fans. Thanks for making my life. God bless all of you.

Related Links:

www.myspace.com/litaford – Official Myspace Page of Lita Ford

www.bcrfcure.org – The Breast Cancer Research Foundation
www.komen.org – Susan G. Komen For The Cure

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