All Musicians, Instruments, and Vocalists :
King Lizzard- vocals (Pitchfork in the Eye, Area51, No Way Out, One of Thousands, The Killing Zone, All Because of U, Fairy Tales, Living Karma), guitars (lead, rhythm, acoustic, bass), mandolin, keyboards (organ, piano, synth), drums and percussion
Rick Nisski- vocals, guitars (Just Imagine)
Tim Doscher- drums (Just Imagine)
Nick Domschott- Vocals (City Lights)
Tara Shelton- background vocals (City Lights)
Misty Bennetts- vocals (Luv Don’t Mean a Thing 2 Me, Living Karma)
Rick Bell- guitar (Luv Don’t Mean a Thing 2 Me, Living Karma)
Produced by : King Lizzard, Rick Nisski and Randall Colmus (on Just Imagine)
Engineered by : King Lizzard, Rick Nisski (on Just Imagine), Eli Anderson (Luv Don’t Mean a Thing 2 Me, Living Karma)
Mixed by : King Lizzard, Rick Nisski (on Just Imagine), Eli Anderson (Luv Don’t Mean a Thing 2 Me, Living Karma)
Recorded at (studio, city, state, province / country) :
Wild Strawberries Studio, Las Vegas, NV
Nisski Studios, San Diego, CA (Just Imagine)
Las Vegas Record Studio, Las Vegas, NV
Mastered by : King Lizzard
A&R Direction: Al Gomes and A. Michelle for Big Noise
Art direction and design by A. Michelle and Al Gomes
Photography by : Queen Lizzard
King Lizzard (All)
Randall Colmus and Rick Nisski (on Just Imagine)
All songs © 2011 King Lizzard Entertainment ( ASCAP)
All rights reserved.
©(P) 2011 King Lizzard Entertainment :
From Detroit via Hollywood to Las Vegas, can you handle a funk metal rocker with the vocals of Ozzy Osbourne, stage theatrics of Alice Cooper, and the metal funk groove of Rob Zombie?
King Lizzard blends funk metal, multimedia and humor into his stage show. His tunes are crafted with biting, dark lyrics, fronting groove filled guitar, bass or synth lines. His tunes, "The Patient in Room 666," "I'm Stoned" and "Area51" are in current playlist rotation on 104.7 FM radio in Los Angeles, and the "On the Horizon" FM and internet radio network worldwide.
Born and raised in the city Rolling Stone magazine calls "the Liverpool of America, producing loud, hard rock since the sixties," King Lizzard is another artist to come out of the streets of Detroit.
In the eighties he played bass and was co-song writer for the signed act, Legacy, opening for Cheap Trick, Chuck Berry, Heart, Molly Hatchet and other headliner acts.
In '97 he moved to Las Vegas, where he became the King Lizzard, donning stage costumes, fangs and make-up and playing hard driving songs about demons, angels, drug abuse and psychosis to his core audience of goth rockers in their late teens who dig Evanescence and older rockers who dig Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath.
The CEO of King Lizzard Entertainment since 1999, he hosted Las Vegas Lizzardfests for several years to promote local artists, hosted radio shows "Inside Sin City" and "The Sounds of Sin" which both featured Las Vegas talent, and has had his music on Letterman and Springer.
Flamboyant, eccentric and outrageous, he's a multi-instrumentalist, a stage and screen actor, and an ordained minister who holds Doctor of Divinity and Doctor of Metaphysics degrees.