CANOGA PARK, Calif.—AVN award-winning director Mike Quasar of Zero Tolerance Entertainment and veteran industry shooter Matt Holder are dusting off the distortion pedals and reuniting Say Uncle, the band that brought them both to California from Canada 20 years ago this summer.
The event promises to be a great night of high octane, old school metal which Quasar hopes will be well attended by many of the ladies who have appeared before their respective cameras over the years.
"Matt and I moved to L.A with the rest of our band in 1989 determined to be huge rock stars. We failed miserably but for whatever reason, we ended up being pretty successful in the porn business," said Quasar. "We thought it would be fun to get everyone back together to kick some ass one more time before we head off into middle age."
Say Uncle played all of the biggest clubs in L.A. including the Whisky, the Roxy and Gazzaris (now the Key Club) until 1993, when grunge swept the entire music scene up to Seattle. The reunion show takes place Friday, August 21 at Paladinos, located at 6101 Reseda Blvd., Tarzana. Admission is $10 at the door.
Among those confirmed to attend is AVN Hall of Famer Debi Diamond, who said, "Bionca and I used to go out to see Say Uncle when they were just young, cute, hairless boys. I can't wait to see them as grown men." ZT contract star Courtney Cummz will also be on hand.
Sharing the bill is Voodoo Circus, featuring Vivid and Peach DVD alum Jim Monroe on guitar and Juicy Entertainment sales director Danny Gorman on drums. Show times are 10pm for Voodoo Circus and 11pm for Say Uncle.
There will be an open guest list for all female talent wishing to attend. For additional information, contact Zero Tolerance at (818) 700-1872.