BEBE BUELL TEAMS UP WITH NIJI ENTERTAINMENT FOR ‘HARD LOVE’

Not many people can say that they opened for Alice Cooper and the Ramones, recorded with the Cars, was a fashion model/Playboy Playmate, penned a New York Times best-selling autobiography (‘Rebel Heart”) and has been praised by such rock icons as Steven Tyler, Joey Ramone and Lemmy Kilmister.        

But Bebe Buell has managed to obtain all of these lofty accomplishments, and will undoubtedly add further highlights to her music career, with the impending release of the Bebe Buell Band’s new album, ‘Hard Love.’        

Released on September 27th via the Niji Entertainment Group (a label co-founded by Wendy and Ronnie James Dio), ‘Hard Love’ is one rockin’ good time, as evidenced by such tracks as “Mother of Rock & Roll,” “Devil You Know,” and a cover of Gang of Four’s “I Love A Man In A Uniform.”        
   
www.bebebuell.org

  1 comment for “BEBE BUELL TEAMS UP WITH NIJI ENTERTAINMENT FOR ‘HARD LOVE’

  1. Lisa Lisa
    August 3, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    This old groupie NEVER opened for the Ramones. What an insult!!

    Failed model, failed singer, failed mom. Now this senior citizen is trying to re-write history?? Sorry, but the Ramones would NEVER have this embarrassment open for them, and they NEVER did. Go back to your hole old lady.

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