VIXEN just got hotter, adds LORRAINE LEWIS of FEMME FATALE as their new singer
Blabbermouth — VIXEN has recruited FEMME FATALE‘s Lorraine Lewis as its new lead singer following the recent departure of Janet Gardner.
Lewis has already performed with VIXEN, having fronted the group in March 2018 in Durant, Oklahoma while Gardner was recovering from surgery (see video below).
VIXEN members Roxy Petrucci (drums), Share Ross (bass) and Brittany Denaro (guitar) announced Lorraine‘s addition to the band in a Facebook post earlier today.
“Waiting for the Big One”!?!??! Then wait no more!” they wrote.
“Show some love and support for Hurricane Lorraine Lewis!
“Back with VIXEN to take care of some unfinished business!
“Join us on our 2019 ‘There’s no Cryin’ in Rock N Roll’ Roadshow.
“See you at The Show!”
Last week, Petrucci, Ross and Denaro vowed to “expand upon the VIXEN legacy while remaining true to our musical roots.”
Gardner, who released her debut self-titled solo album in 2017, broke the news of her exit from the group on January 16.
“After much soul searching and many sleepless nights, I have decided that it’s time for me to step aside and let Roxy and Share pursue their vision for the future of VIXEN,” she wrote.
“VIXEN will always have a very special place in my heart and I am incredibly grateful to have been a part of it,” she continued.
“I would like to thank everyone for the amazing support over the years, and as Roxy and Sharecontinue to keep the heart and soul of VIXEN alive and well and I continue on my path, your continued support to all would be greatly appreciated.”
Gardner, Petrucci and Ross are considered to be part of VIXEN‘s classic lineup, along with founding guitarist Jan Kuehnemund, who died of cancer in October 2013.
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