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The Hottest Hard Rock/Metal Band in Las Vegas Signs New Talent
Published on Fri, Oct 26, 2012 (11:37 p.m.)
One of Las Vegas’ most popular legends of the Metal Music scene, ‘Outta The Black’ signs on two new activists to their pool of shredding Metal fanatics. Jerry Vayne & Robert Hussey join the stable of Vegas Bad Boys, ready to unleash the power that has been locked away until now.
Outta the Black’s current stable consists of Scott Westbrook on Drums, Keith Trombino on Bass & Vocals and Greg Silver on Lead Guitar & Vocals. Joining these monsters of Vegas Rock are Jerry Vayne on Rhythm Guitar & Vocals and Robert Hussey on Lead Vocals. Bringing a fresh perspective to old Classics, the 2 & 3-part harmonies will surprise and rock even the hardest core Metal enthusiasts.
Jerry, coming off stints with multiple well-known Tribute Bands, covering the entire Rock spectrum from Poison to AC/DC and taking ‘Haunt Music’ to a whole new level. Opening for national touring acts such as KISS, Great White, Slaughter and CC Deville, Jerry has the experience to run with the ‘Big Boys’ and help Outta The Black take things to the next level.
Robert, formerly a die-hard Drummer, switched to Vocals in 2009 and formed Iron Maiden Tribute, Children of the Damned. With influences such as Steven Tyler, Sebastian Bach, Bruce Dickinson and Geoff Tate, anyone can see the potential vocal range that Robert adds to this band.
Joining an already infamous stable of well-rounded Musicians and Las Vegas Rockers, Jerry & Robert will undoubtedly strike a chord with Vegas Locals. Rocking the Las Vegas music scene at such places as the famous Vamp’d, Outta The Black is the premier Hard Rock/Heavy Metal band in Las Vegas. Their influences include Motley Crue, Pantera, AC/DC, Dokken, Lynch Mob, Queensryche, Ozzy Ozbourne, The Ramones and Deep Purple, among a laundry list of other Rock & Metal Hall of Famers.
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