Monday, January 1, 2007

Las Vegas, "Titty-Cams" and Luna Halo: Happy New Year, Nashville!

Posted By on Mon, Jan 1, 2007 at 3:07 PM

From The Vancouver Sun:

LAS VEGAS - The reality TV show is over for Rock Star Supernova. Now there's just the reality of turning a made-for-TV group into a real rock band.
And judging from the foursome's opening show New Year's Eve, there's plenty of work left to do.
Led by Toronto singer Lukas Rossi, Supernova delivered a wildly uneven show before some 2,000 at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Supernova chugged through the show like a car on its last legs, occasionally speeding up only to lose power and fall back. It was one step forward and two back for most of the eighty-minute, 13-song performance that started at 11:20 p.m. after a performance by opening act Luna Halo, a fivesome from Nashville.
The band's musical hiccups weren't helped by a sophomoric Girls Gone Wild mentality throughout the show, with drummer Tommy Lee digging into the Motley Crue vault for the "titty-cam" to encourage women in the audience to bare their breasts for the big screen.
Read on.

UPDATE: Are Luna Halo a Christian rock band?
It must sting that their asses were handed to them in Vegas by their opening band — Luna Halo, a Christian rock act from Nashville who looked like they sewed their own white jumpsuits after watching A Clockwork Orange.

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