Bret Michaels to Go RV’ing, Vince Neil Launching Vodka Line + More News
Bret Michaels has signed on to host Rock My RV. The series will air on the Travel Channel. Michaels will lead a team of customizers who transform traveler’s ordinary recreational vehicles into moving mansions.
“Between touring and traveling, I spend a lot of time on the road and my tricked-out custom coach is my home away from home,” the Poison singer and guitarist, who will return to the All-Star edition of Celebrity Apprentice, said. “I crisscross the country and live in my tour bus, and I know how to take an RV from ordinary to extraordinary. I can’t wait to put my expertise to use and show people how to make their RVs rock.”
The show’s premiere date is TBD.
Vince Neil has launched his own line of vodka. The singer owns strip joints, eateries and his own line of tequila. Now, he is adding vodka to the list of his enterprises. The vodka is named Tatuado and it shares its name with the Mexican restaurant that he opened in August at the Las Vegas Hilton. Drink up, kids! [Vh1 Classic Radio]
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Gojira will tour with The Devin Townsend Project and the Atlas Moth this winter 2013, which has people wondering. Since Gojira and Townsend have collaborated, with Townsend singing on the French metal band’s Sea Shepherd EP and Gojira frontman Joe Duplantier singing on Townsend’s Deconstruction, will there be any onstage pairings? Duplantier offered his take on the possibility.
“We’re trained to do good, we’re trained to do our homework, we stress all day because we want to give it our best and he’s still like that,” Duplantier said. “It makes it harder to jump onstage for him after he played or for me when I’m warming up. We haven’t talked about it actually but maybe by the end of the tour we will do something together – that would be awesome. We did in Australia one time – it was a disaster [Laughs]. We didn’t get the chance to rehearse the song at all so it was really weird but it was great because we were onstage with Devin and Fredrik [Thordendal] from Meshuggah so it was very exciting to be onstage with those guys – almost too exciting, we played way too fast and I was watching them onstage and made a lot of mistakes on the guitar.” [Loudwire]