“For Tonight,” featuring Scott Russo of Unwritten Law, is off of Big B’s recent release Good Times & Bad Advice under the indie label Suburban Noize Records.
From backstage drugs to onstage fights, Southern California pop punk outfit Unwritten Law has had its share of drama since forming in the early ‘90s outside of San Diego. That drama has translated into different lineups throughout the band’s nearly 20-year run, but two core members have remained constant – vocalist Scott Russo and guitarist Steve Morris.
In anticipation of their poolside show Friday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Russo opened up about violence among the band members, losing touch with Blink-182 and, inevitably, growing up.
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As many of you know, in February, Scott Russo, of the band Unwritten Law lost all of his personal belongings in a devastating house fire. As part of the Vans Warped Tour family, we need each one of you to band together and help the Russo family get back on their feet. Starting today, we will be holding a Unite the United eBay auction with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Scott Russo Family Foundation.
With the help of many generous bands, there are many wonderful items up for bid in all price ranges, including:A custom autographed guitar from Miles Doughty of Slightly StoopidAutographed drumheads from Bad Religion, The Vandals, Royal Crown Review, Strung Out and Papa RoachAutographed posters and CDsA pair of Warped Tour VIP passes.
“Sinner,” featuring Scott Russo of Unwritten Law, is off of Big B’s recent release American Underdog under the indie label Suburban Noize Records. The indie performer is currently on the Jagermeister Music Tour with Pennywise and Pepper. Check out www.feedbigb.com for more information.
America’s most notorious white trash renegade returns with his fourth studio full length “American Underdog”, this time Big B ventures out on a musical expedition into new frontiers. Raw and honest like always, Big B’s brand of outlaw hip-hop has returned with a few new tricks this time around in what will go down as one of the Sub Noize heavyweight’s best albums.