Steel Panther's Bassist Lexxi Foxx Enters Sex Rehab
California rock and party legends Steel Panther have survived a career of living a decadent lifestyle surrounded by loud music, fast cars and beautiful women. That lifestyle of debauchery and proclivity towards random sexual encounters has finally caught up with the band's bassist. Lexxi Foxx has voluntarily checked himself in to an undisclosed sex rehab. He will have to miss the current US tour that recently kicked off in Chicago. The band's friend of over 30 years and backstage doorman Spyder will be filling in on bass for the upcoming tour dates. Ticket information for all upcoming shows can be found at http://www.steelpantherrocks.com/tour/.
"We love Lexxi Foxx...and his mother. We support his decision to enter sex rehab. We can't wait for him to get back on the road with us after he learns how to have better sex," explains drummer Stix Zadinia on behalf of Steel Panther.
Fans will still be able to see Lexxi Foxx alongside Michael Starr, Satchel and Stix Zadinia in the new season of Steel Panther TV, which debuted recently. Cineminute, the band's new YouTube show, premiered last week with their parody of the Bryan Singer classic THE USUAL SUSPECTS. That clip can be seen here: https://youtu.be/UccuIyxlkNI. The weekly episodic show returns on December 4th with their unique interpretation of 2005's Ang Lee Academy Award Winner, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN. A link to Steel Panther TV is here: https://tinyurl.com/SPTVPlaylist.
ABOUT STEEL PANTHER:
For the uninitiated, Steel Panther was formed in 2000 and is comprised of Michael Starr (lead singer), Satchel (guitarist), Lexxi Foxx (bass) and Stix Zadinia (drums). Hailing from Los Angeles, the epicenter for rock n' roll in all its debauchery and glamour, Steel Panther has established themselves as the world's premier party band, melding hard rock virtuosity with parody and criminally good looks. Steel Panther is a global phenomenon with four full-length albums, touring across the world, platinum-level YouTube status and high-profile television appearances such as Jimmy Kimmel Live, Larry King Now, and FOX NFL Sunday.
Rolling Stone avowed, "There's a reason Steel Panther have transcended their origins as a cover band playing the Sunset Strip," while Metal Sucks declared, "Steel Panther's concept is genius...their songwriting is...preposterously snappy - and relatable."