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Maynard James Keenan's Puscifer to make live debut Feb. 13 & 14 at The Pearl

Maynard James Keenan, known as the eccentric and unpredictable singer of two of modern rock's most successful bands, Tool and A Perfect Circle, will unveil the live incarnation of Puscifer on Friday, Feb. 13 and Saturday, Feb. 14 at The Pearl inside the Palms Casino Resort at 8:00 p.m.

In 2007, Keenan created Puscifer, a multifaceted, multimedia, multi-artist, and multi-personality project self-described as "a physical manifestation of the party that goes on in my head 24/7." The collective's debut, V is for V*****, was followed by a remix album (V is for V*****) as well as several singles and videos featuring the curvaceous Queen B. A rotating cast of players involved in the recordings include Mat Mitchell, Tim Alexander, Jonny Polonsky, Danny Lohner, Gil and Rani Sharone, Lustmord, Laura Milligan, Milla Jovovich, Lisa Germano, and Alan Moulder.

"Expect a loosely organized bucket of Romper Room chaos sprinkled with Dry Wit and Brown Note Booty Bumping Sub Bins. And perhaps some snacks." said Keenan.

Presented by Andrew Hewitt and Live Nation, tickets for Puscifer are $39.00, plus any additional service fees. Tickets go on-sale Saturday, Dec. 13 at Noon. Please visit any Ticketmaster location, call 702-474-4000, visit or to purchase tickets. The Pearl Box Office is open from Noon – 7 pm daily. Doors will open at 7:00 pm and show time is 8:00 pm. The Pearl is home to Miller Lite Live, presented by Cricket Wireless; for more information on upcoming concerts, please call 702-942-6888.

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    December 08, 2008

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