ROCK STAR SUPERNOVA, the band featuring Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Gilby Clarke (ex-GUNS N' ROSES) and vocalist Lukas Rossi, will take part in "CD USA"'s broadcast of the "America's Party" New Year's Eve celebration. Also scheduled to perform are FIVE FOR FIGHTING, ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS and SMASH MOUTH.
According to the Los Angeles Daily News, "CD USA" co-host John Wynn admits he's girding himself at the prospect of doing live TV with wildman rocker Tommy Lee.
"My goal is not to die," says Wynn, whose show is broadcasting "America's Party" from the Vegas Strip. "Anytime you get to spend New Year's with Tommy Lee, you know it's going to be fun and exciting. I'm sure Tommy's going to be like, 'Let's jump off the roof of this building.' But if I follow Tommy Lee, I might not be alive, because I think there's only one in one million that could live that life. Tommy's built for that. I'm a little more fragile. I could break."
Also a singer/songwriter who's working on a solo album for release in 2007, Wynn recalls a Lee moment when the drummer "lit himself on fire" during a MÖTLEY CRÜE performance, "and the drums turned upside down. That alone makes you like a rock god! I probably won't touch that ever in my life, but I can admire it from afar."
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