February 22, 2010 11:11am
Dukes of Hazzard Parody Launch Party
Source: Roads to Moscow
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Vouyer Media is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Rock Mondays for the DVD and Blu- ray launch of Anton Slayer's not Really...the Dukes of Hazzard: A Hardcore Parody, the most ambitious project in the company's history. You are cordially invited to attend the project's official release party tonight, February 22nd 2010, at Les Deux, 1638 N. Las Palmas in the heart of Hollywood (the movie will be arriving in stores across the country tomorrow morning).
This star-studded red carpet event will feature appearances from many of the movie's cast members, including multiple AVN award nominee and Dukes cover beauty Ryder Skye, Penthouse Pet Shawna Lenee, and multiple AVN award winner Monique Alexander.
More than just another porn party, the evening's events will whisk attendees away to the Southern-fried Hazzard County of the 1970s via original sounds provided by Christopher Hawley, the acclaimed modern day troubadour whose vintage-style ''roots-rock'' tunes have been favorably compared by critics nationwide to Johnny Cash, John Fogerty and, fittingly, original Dukes balladeer Waylon Jennings.
A mainstay of TMZ.com, Les Deux is the infamous a-list hot spot that opens it doors to rock enthusiasts every Monday night. When not checking out the vintage sounds inside the club, attendees can head over to the glamorous patio and mingle with the eclectic assortment of adult starlets, guest DJs, and Hollywood VIPs who'll be enjoying trailers for not Really...the Dukes of Hazzard: A Hardcore Parody and other sexy treats outside.
Those arriving early can look forward to an open bar from 10:00pm to 10:30pm, and free admission until 11:00pm with a copy of this invitation. Those coming after 11:00pm should contact Daniel M at (818) 266-7910 to reserve their place on the guest list.
So whether you're a rocker, raver, lover or sinner, get ready to be taken on a steamy tour of the 1970s Rock & Roll South, all courtesy of Vouyer Media, Rock Mondays, and not Really...the Dukes of Hazzard: A Hardcore Parody.