Alice Cooper Guitarist Tommy Henriksen Debuts “Give’m Hell” Video
October 14, 2014
Current Alice Cooper guitarist Tommy Henriksen has released a video for “Give’m Hell”, the first single from his forthcoming album ‘Tommy Tommy Tommy’. The track features guitarists Steve Hunter and Jon Levin (Dokken) and Jason Roller on banjo and will be released digitally on October 31st through Blue Martin Records, a division of K-tel International (Switzerland).
Tommy Henriksen, born and raised in Port Jefferson, New York, is a workaholic and one of the most talented producers and songwriters of the modern era. If the multi-instrumentalist is not playing the six strings for Alice Cooper or jetting back and forth between his adopted country Switzerland and his many destinations such as Los Angeles, Nashville, Japan and New York, to work with a variety of artists, he likes to compose movie trailers and take the time to work on his own song material. Henriksen is currently based out of Zurich, Switzerland where he lives with his family. His love to the country and the city of Zurich is shown in the official Video Clip of “Give’m Hell”.
His musical skills are recognized worldwide and have already been proven in collaborations with artists such as Warlock, the Swiss rock band China (current album out now on Blue Martin Records), Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, Daughtry, Kumi Koda, Steel Magnolia, Halestorm, Lou Reed and many more. Tommy worked out his unique understanding to write and produce hits and his reputation to always deliver top performance already in his early days, when he published his successful, eponymous debut album as an artist with Capitol Records.
Now, over 15 years later, ‘Tommy Tommy Tommy’ will be unleashed to the world. A unique and versatile conglomeration of all conceivable influences that Henriksen collected over the past years. With a mixture of punk, rock, electronica, country, pop and a hint of world music, this album represents all career stages of an exceptional talent and reflects the pure pleasure of music and lyrics… an album that couldn’t be more authentic.
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com