|December 23, 2001|
|NEW YEAR'S EVE WITH THE PHOENICIANS|
According to the invitation, tickets are $50 in advance, $75 at the door, and includes "all you can eat fondue buffet" and much more. The Vine is located at 1235 N. Vine St. in Hollywood, and the phone number for more information is 323-960-0800. Below is the invitation:
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|November 17, 2001|
|THE ROUGH & TOUGH ALL STARS|
The event begins at 8pm local time, and is an all ages show. More bands are expected to be announced, and you can find out more information about the Whisky A Go Go, by visiting their website.
|SCOTT ABELS UPDATE|
Scott also tells that he has been working with DJ Muggs, from Cypress Hill, doing remixes for Manu Chao and Depeche Mode, including a song called "Freelove," which can be downloaded from Depeche Mode's website (www.depechemode.com). DJ Muggs will release his own solo album on Anti Records, a subsidiary of Epitaph/HellCat, and Scott will also appear on this album. The album is still untitled and should be released in the spring of 2002. While recording with DJ Muggs, Scott also worked on several tracks for Cypress Hill's own upcoming album, "Stoned Raiders," due out on December 4th, 2001 on Sony/Columbia records.
In even more Scott Abels news, a new independent film entitled Zig Zag, which stars Wesley Snipes and Oliver Platt, will features a song that Scott not only wrote, but played drums, keys, guitar, bass, percussion, engineered, and mixed.
These are some very impressive projects that you should be able to find soon! Special thanks and congratulations to Scott for filling us all in on these projects.
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