The Missing Peace, one of the best of the year. Put the two outfits together, and you have a show that is quintessentially Hollywood, at an iconic venue, on one of the biggest nights of the year. Perfect.
How better to celebrate the dawning of 2018, and all of the hope and joy that comes with the introduction of another year, than to spend the transition period in the company of two of the Sunset Strip’s more infamous and roguish bands. Taime Downe of Faster Pussycat is the perfect party compere — a walking filthy joke with a mischievous, tobacco-stained grin and more leather get-up than the BDSM room at a swingers den. Most important, the current incarnation of Pussycat is a tight-as-nuts band that does justice to old faves like “Bathroom Wall,” “Babylon” and the gloriously smutty “Slip of the Tongue.” As for LA Guns, main men Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns recently reunited and, in October, put out album