Adult Film Star TERA WRAY Gets Lesson For From SOCIETY 1 Bassist DIRT

Aside from all the great interviews, music videos, and top musical acts that "Radium Vol. 2" will bring you next month, there is also an "educational" aspect. Pleasure Productions contract girl and STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static's wife Tera Wray is featured receiving a bass guitar lesson from SOCIETY 1's Dirt.

After spending some time learning some bass playing technique from Dirt, Tera asked him a few questions.

"Dirt looks really scary but he is a cool guy," said Wray. "It was fun learning how to play bass but I really liked how he made me practice sticking my tongue out while playing."

Check out a preview clip below.

"Radium Vol. 2" will be released through Evolution Erotica in April.

The second volume of the "Radium" series features live interviews with ILL NINO and IN THIS MOMENT plus many more "huge" surprises.


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