Sin City Presents Magazine December 2018 Volume 5 Issue 11 - Page 14

10 questions with Johnny Roxx

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About Johnny Roxx

Johnny Roxx is a musician born & raised in Southern California. During the 80's he played in the band Tarrga alongside Joey Allen of Warrant and did the Hollywood Hair Metal Scene. Johnny has played with Bill Ward of Black Sabbath, The Bay City Rollers, Richie Ramone to name a few and has been featured in Guitar Player Magazine & Guitar For The Practicing Musician Magazine. He currently plays with Blue String Theory, The Sin City Rejects and subs for Oz Fox in Sin City Sinners.

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SIN CITY PRESENTS MAGAZINE | DECEMBER 2018

Sin City Presents has complied & submitted our top 10 reader's questions to Johnny Roxx. Here they are in no particular order.

1. When did you start playing guitar, & what do you remember most about the early years of playing?

JR: I was six years old. I started on my mom's ukulele & then had a guitar shortly after. By 1976 I started guitar lessons in school. My music teacher (Mrs. Rohl) begged me to stay in her class after I quit, because I was afraid to perform in front of an audience. I'm really glad she convinced me to stay with it.

2. What was your first live performance?

JR: 1976 elementary school talent show. Me & my friends performed "Strutter" by KISS in front of the entire school.

3. How many albums have you played on?