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The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock Band Panzie

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At first when you see them or hear the name Panzie, you’re not quite sure what to expect, but expect the unexpected. Formed in 2009 and quickly becoming a vital part of the NYC hard rock music scene, PANZIE has been described by Metal Riot Magazine as "one of NYC's truest, trailblazing rock n’ roll groups." Tracks from PANZIE’s debut album, entitled ‘Love & Blood’ and heralded as "an impressive debut from an independent” by Piercing Metal Magazine, can be heard in the playlists of rock and metal club DJs around NYC and its surrounding areas. The band has played to packed audiences in such NYC hot spots as the Gramercy Theatre, Bowery Ballroom, Mercury Lounge and Bowery Electric. PANZIE has been discovered by fans outside of the local New York scene, where music and interviews have been heard on independent and internet hard rock radio, and PANZIE has been appearing live in front of rabid audiences across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. PANZIE was the brainchild of long-time collaborators, singer Johnny Hawaiian, described as "the last real American rock star," and guitarists Jonnie Rockit and DC Gonzalez, all born-and-bred veterans of the NYC rock scene who had an immediate chemistry and a solid vision of the kind of music they wanted to create. With the addition of national-act cohorts, tour-seasoned drummer John “Servo” DeSalvo and guitarist-turned-bassist Dave Sussman, the band was complete. With plans to reach out to the southern states and the west coast in 2013, PANZIE has a dedication to their craft that is as infectious as their tight, dirty and riotous live shows. For more information, visit panzie.com