The event is organized by Pheonix Entertainment
by Monica Apostol
Alternative rock / melodramatic pop band Robin & The Backstabbers are the official opening act at The Hollywood Vampires gig on Monday, June 6, at Romexpo.
Robin & The Backstabbers is a Romanian band from Capu Corbului, Harghita.Their first album, Bacovia Overdrive Vol. 1 Stalingrad, was released in 2012. On the 8th of May 2015, they released the second part of the trilogy, Bacovia Overdrive Vol. 2 Arhanghel’sk. The third will be called Vladivostok.
Andrei Proca (Robin) / Florentin Vasile (Norman Bates) / Vladimir Proca (ShakeHeartbreak) / Radu Moldovan (TRădanu) / Andrei Fântână (Dragonul Roșu) / Eugen Nuțescu (Oigăn)
The Hollywood Vampires is an American rock supergroup formed in 2015 by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry to honor the music of the rock stars who died from excess in the 1970s. The “bad boys” are coming to Romania for a super concert held at Romexpo.
Tickets are put up for sale through the Eventim network and at www.eventim.ro. The prices are – RON 459 for Diamond Circle. RON 279 for Golden Circle and RON 169 for Normal Circle..
The group’s debut live performances were held at Roxy Theatre (West Hollywood) in Los Angeles across September 16 and 17, 2015. The three core members were accompanied by bassist Duff McKagan, drummer Matt Sorum, rhythm guitarist Tommy Henriksen, and Bruce Witkin on keyboards and additional guitar. Guest performers for both nights were Tom Morello, Geezer Butler, Perry Farrell, Zak Starkey, and Kesha, and Marilyn Manson guesting on the second night. The next week, the group performed at Brazil’s Rock in Rio festival on September 24, 2015, and was webcast live by AOL. Guest performers were Lzzy Hale, Zak Starkey, and Andreas Kisser.
In February 2016, the group performed at the Grammy Award ceremony as a tribute to Lemmy, who had died at the end of 2015. The group also announced their first concert tour, to begin at Turning Stone Resort & Casino on May 24.
The band name derives from The Hollywood Vampires, a celebrity drinking club formed by Cooper in the 1970s whose members included Ringo Starr of The Beatles and Keith Moon of The Who. They have released one studio album, Hollywood Vampires (2015), featuring guest appearances by Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Joe Walsh, and Dracula star Christopher Lee amongst others. Cooper and Perry have discussed plans for a future live album, stating that Depp’s schedule works differently than theirs.