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The Roxy Gunn Project / Press

“Roxy Gunn Project (pictured) takes aim at The Lounge in the Palms at 11 p.m. January 25. The alt-rock band fired off a full-length album on iTunes last month called On With the Show, and it’s excellent, start to finish. From the thrash-meets-power-pop of “At the End of the Day” to the guitars-in-your-face arena anthem “All the Same,” frontwoman Gunn isn’t afraid to pull the trigger on a solid vocal hook. The band has played every conceivable live-music venue on and off the Strip. Listening to Show, I hear why they’ve been successful.”

“The Roxy Gunn Project rocked the Gibson Artist Showcase at Jack's in Las Vegas on July 26. Vegas Seven magazine was on-hand to cover the event and photographer Joseph Connell got this great photo of the band in action which shows guitarist Jon Mills with his Epiphone Les Paul Standard PlusTop PRO and bassist Chris Reject with his Epiphone Jack Casady signature model.”

“Gunn, making her debut, is a real find. In a time when all young actresses tend to blur together into one generic face, she really stands out. An actual musician (that’s her singing, her band The Roxy Gunn Project performing, and she wrote some of the songs), she has a natural ease onscreen that makes every moment seem real. In a movie where the main landscape is faces, she has one that conveys everything her character is thinking and feeling.”

“Roxy Gunn, the band’s auburn-tressed, guitar-playing front-woman, brought a pulse and edginess to the Gibson Artist Showcase. The sound of her warm, velvety vocals was spot-on, and the crowd of about 30 was just right for the intimate setting.”

““Roxy Gunn is one of the most talented people I know,” Slash bassist Todd Kerns proclaimed not too long ago. “Expect huge things from this beautiful and gifted artist.” That’s a mighty big compliment from a musician who has played with plenty of notable rockers in his career, so the young lady must have something special. Fronting the Roxy Gunn Project for only a little over a year now, the band is percolating just under the rock & roll radar.”

“Vegas veterans, The Roxy Gunn Project, (although not the headlining band) stole the entire show with their demanding stage presence, musical experience, and loyal fan base. Lead vocalist Roxy Gunn sounded like a Joan Jett-esque rocker, filled with endless spunk and personality that she shared with everyone in the room. Their song, “Goodbye Kiss” even caught the attention of passersby from the bar, who stopped to listen to the band’s music.”

“In "Rise of the Slingers," Xavier DeClie replaces Van Damme, but original "Cyborg" cast members Vince Klyn and Terrie Batson return, joined by Michael Pare, Sasha Mitchell, Scott Paulin, Roxy Gunn, Cazzy Golomb , Norbert Weisser "and more to come," Pyun promises. Gunn -- also featured in Pyun's upcoming "Road to Hell" -- and her band may provide "Cyborg's" opera-style score, according to the director.”

“This is one band that can’t simply be pigeonholed into one genre. If I was forced to compare them to existing acts to make it easier for someone else to understand, I’d have to say they’re Joan Jett meets the Cranberries. They have a hard time categorizing themselves! Let’s let them tell you….”

“Trashy Xmas, Deadhand duds, Gunn flick On the cinematic side, local alt-rock quartet the Roxy Gunn Project, led by beautiful singer/songwriter Roxy Gunn, is featured prominently in genre filmmaker Albert Pylun’s forthcoming Road to Hell, starring Michael Paré (Eddie and the Cruisers).Visit RoadToHellmovie.com to watch the trailer. Looks strange, violent and, um, direct-to-Netflix. Apparently, the film is inspired by and a kind of sequel to Streets of Fire. Hmm. No release date for this film just yet. Visit RoxyGunnMusic.com for updates.”

“Sin City Sinners will be joined by the Roxy Gunn Project, an electric, folk-based rock band from Las Vegas. Gunn started the band in 2010 and turned the group into a local sensation playing at venues around the city. The band won the award “Vegas Stars of Tomorrow” in 2011 at the Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards show, which proved them to be a force to be reckoned with.”

“It's a wrap: All roads lead to Vegas, including the "Road to Hell." Las Vegas-based filmmaker Albert Pyun ("The Sword and the Sorcerer," "Cyborg") was scheduled to complete production on this unofficial sequel to 1984's "Streets of Fire" on Sunday at the Hard Rock Cafe's second-floor concert venue, with Michael Paré reprising his "Streets of Fire" role as mercenary Tom Cody. The finale features local band the Roxy Gunn Project -- with Gunn as Cody's long-lost daughter. But the local connections extend off-camera as well, Pyun reports, with line producer Daniel Gutierrez, director of photography Michael Su and art director Heather Caliguire all calling Las Vegas home. (Caliguire's also designing Pyun's next film, the futuristic "Red Moon," which begins shooting Nov. 15.)”

“Award Winning Filmmaker, Albert Pyun, taps Roxy Gunn & The Roxy Gunn Project to complete Streets of Fire-inspired film, Road To Hell”

“The Sinners also had another young band with them on this night. The Roxy Gunn Project opened for the Sinners with a strong female vocalist who also has a bright future ahead of her. “That girl’s rendition of Love Is A Battlefield is way too damn good for a girl that age,” praised Ellis. “Where does she get off being so damned talented!” Starting the song off acoustically on a darkened stage, you could feel the emotion slowly build until her band returned beside her and she blew the roof off.”