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Steel Panther to finalize 'Threesome' at House of Blues Sunset Strip

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On Monday, April 21, 2014, the modern Hair Metal band, Steel Panther will be performing the final of a special three week series to celebrate their newest album 'All You Can Eat' and the latest video premiere and first single the album 'Glory Hole' at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, California.

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See the new video 'Glory Hole' on Youtube here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diYS8jyOcFc

The previous week, their second show on April 14, 2014 became a sold out show with fans coming dressed to match with the band, with leggings, teased hair and wild makeup. Steel Panther encourages ladies to dress up because they get invited to dance on stage with the band after a few songs in their set, also a reason the show does not have a barrier between the stage and fans.

Steel Panther hugely interacts with the crowds, everyone leaves with a smile on their face and if the venue has the ability, there is a party afterwards with them.

Photos from the April 14th show is available in the gallery. Special guest appearance included Chris Jericho of Fozzy and Andy Biersack of Black Veil Brides who sang along on stage and covered the Scorpions 'Rock You Like a Hurricane."

After the final Los Anegles Show on April 21, Steel Panther prepare for a national tour. Dates are available on their website.

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