Silent Drive played their first New York City show in 14 years on 01/13/2023 at Saint Vitus Bar in Greenpoint Brooklyn. This was the third show for the band after releasing their long awaited second album Fairhaven. The release of this new album marks the beginning of the second era of Silent Drive. Most of the audience that attended the show had not seen them before, and the word from the merch table was the new fans were picking up copies of Silent Drive’s first album Love Is Worth It. Be on the look out for more shows from Silent Drive in the coming months.

Korn bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu, released his first solo album Rock N’ Roll Gangster in 2002 on Epic Records. This was his venture into Gangsta Rap and G-Funk. The album was recorded at Indigo Ranch in Malibu where Korn had recorded their albums. Rock N’ Roll Gangster features appearances from Hip Hop artists RBX, Angela Rascoe, Helluva, Polarbear, Son Doobie and Tre Hardson and Korn front man Jonathan Davis.

The after party for Predator 2 was out of this world. Director Stephen Hopkins captured the fun when the cast of Predators had a dance off led by Locker, Lionel Douglass A.K.A. Big D. The original member of the Don Campbellock dance group “The Famouse Locker Dancers” was teaching the other Predators the choreography. Later on in the video they are joined by (Lt. Harrigan) Danny Glover. Lionel Douglass also worked on Sesame Street for a number of years as Big Bird.