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Members of Tesla and Cinderella will be in the new film "God gave rock and roll to you"

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Rossetti Productions announced the addition of two big rock stars of the 80s. Eric Brittingham and Troy Luccketta, Cinderella and Tesla respectively, will be part of the new film "God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You".

Eric Brittingham, born May 8, 1960 in Salisbury, Maryland, is known for being the bassist of the glam metal band "Cinderella" who has released four studio albums.

"I'm excited to be a part of a movie with such a positive message", And the fact that it is about a band in 1987 just makes it that much more awesome." Brittingham said.

Troy Luccketta, born  October 5, 1959 in Lodi, California, started playing drums at 10 years old and was influenced by Mitch Mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Troy grew up in the east San Francisco bay area playing in bands such as Whisper, Benny and the Jets, 415 and the Eric Martin Band before joining Tesla in 1985.

"As soon as I read the script," Luccketta said, " I knew it was a truly inspirational story for those who take a stand in faith. I loved it". 

Production of "God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You" is slated to begin in early November in and around the Nashville, Tennessee area.

4 comments:

  1. hmmm...they are not big rock stars...sorry to burst your bubble...why do fans of christian music feel the need to exaggerate or out right lie about things like this????

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  2. I dunno. Having been a teen in the mid-late '80s, Cinderella and Tesla were both a pretty big deal. Tesla arguably started the whole unplugged thing that was a big deal in the early '90s. And the year I graduated ('89), I'd have been hard pressed to have named a band that was bigger than Cinderella that year. Poison or G'n'R, maybe, but not many.

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  3. Sorry, they ARE big rock stars. Cinderella was huge. Anyone around in the 80'same knows who Eric is, and Tesla has had a big resurgence, with a new album and constant touring. They'really an amazing hard blues band from the 80'same as well, currently touring with Def Leppard and Foreigner. The fact that we find out they are men of faith is just icing on the cake.

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  4. Sorry, they ARE big rock stars. Cinderella was huge. Anyone around in the 80'same knows who Eric is, and Tesla has had a big resurgence, with a new album and constant touring. They'really an amazing hard blues band from the 80'same as well, currently touring with Def Leppard and Foreigner. The fact that we find out they are men of faith is just icing on the cake.

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