‘Live Like A Rock Star!’ — Singer Brian Vollmer and wife putting up ‘Planet Helix’ home on Airbnb in 2019
Ever wonder what it would be like to live like a rock star or at least stay in rock star’s home? Helix frontman Brian Vollmer and his wife are putting up their home in London, Ontario, Canada, which serves as the Helix headquarters, for rent on Airbnb starting in 2019. The house has previously been featured on the MTV television show Cribs.
The following message was posted on Vollmer‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“In 2019 Lynda and I will be putting our house up for rent on Airbnb. We’re advertising it as “LIVE LIKE A ROCK STAR!” and keeping the house pretty much like it is-pictures, gold & platinum albums on the walls, antiques, etc. It’s going to be a Helix museum. We’ll be close by to make sure nothing gets out of hand, but realistically I think most of our fans will be courteous and respectful of everything in the house. The pictures will all be screwed to the walls and the cabinets locked anyways. There are 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom + 2 half bathrooms, a big dining room, a kitchen nook, a deck with a canvassed enclosure for sitting outside in the summer, a paved space at the back of the property with a wood burner, & lots of extras. Room for 3 couples or 6 people. I’m also going to advertise the opportunity to come here in groups of 10 for summer barbecues hosted by Lynda and myself. Sometime during the afternoon Daryl will come in and we’ll play a 60 minute acoustic set. Anyway, lots to arrange and get ready for-I’m excited to be doing this.
Aside from those people who might want to come here for the “total rock and roll experience” ie. those going to concerts down at Budweiser Gardens-we’re also within minutes of the cancer hospital (right around the corner) and The Western Fair (2 minutes down Egerton Street from here). It’s also perfect for those of you in town for the London Knights games, as it’s only 5 minutes from downtown.
Here is a quickie video of the house. I’m going to put together a film with much more detail and maybe even put together a coffee table book which details the origins of many of the architectural antiques found in the house.”
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