The Roxy Gunn Project rocked the Gibson Artist Showcase at Jack's in Las Vegas on July 26. Vegas Seven magazine was on-hand to cover the event and photographer Joseph Connell got this great photo of the band in action which shows guitarist Jon Mills with his Epiphone Les Paul Standard PlusTop PRO and bassist Chris Reject with his Epiphone Jack Casady signature model.
The Roxy Gunn Project is an eclectic, folk-based rock band from Las Vegas, NV. The Project is fronted by the soulful, warm voice of Roxy Gunn and backed up by a driving, edgy hard rock guitar sound. The Project has performed at several Las Vegas area venues that include; House of Blues (Courtyard - Michael Soli's Acoustic Strip), Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino (Chrome Showroom), Sunset Station Hotel & Casino (Club Madrid), The Palms Hotel & Casino (The Lounge), and many other rock-based clubs.
The Roxy Gunn Project was formed in late 2010 as singer/songwriter Roxy Gunn decided to shift her main musical focus from solo artist to a full-blown rock band.
In 2011 they won an award for "Vegas Stars of Tomorrow" at the Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards Show and were cast in the upcoming feature movie "Road to Hell," which is a loosely based sequel to the 1984 feature "Streets of Fire."