TESLA's eighth "3 Guys Pickin" episode, which is set to air December 8, features all five members, including new guitarist Dave Rude, as they sit down with the "3 Guys" to discuss their upcoming covers album and box set, the funny story behind "Free For All", departed guitarist Tommy Skeoch, how Dave Rude joined and who the other candidates were. Live performance clips from their Beloit, Wisconsin show include:
* Modern Day Cowboy
* Cumin Atcha Live
* Into The Now
* Free For All (TED NUGENT)
* I Just Want To Make Love To You (FOGHAT)
* While My Guitar Gently Weeps (BEATLES)
The deleted-scenes episode will air February 4, and it features an original music video for "Look at Me" (taken from TESLA's live show), and Tyler playing guitar onstage with the FRANK HANNON BAND, performing "Signs" and "The Way It Is".
"3 Guys Pickin", the most electrifying cable access show in Chicago, features Tyler, Brodie and Dave the Extra waxing philosophical about today's pop culture, with celeb interviews, skits, live music & lots of bravado. It airs Mondays at 10:30 p.m. on the cable channel 19 within Chicago city limits only.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/3guyspickin.
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