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PAWN STAR’S Bike-Expert, Danny Koker – A.K.A – The Count: COUNT’S VAMP’D Rock & Roll Club

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Video is of the ZITO 77 band featuring Danny Koker at Count’s Vamp’d.

COUNT’S VAMP’D has been around a few years. This is a rock ‘n’ roll club that was co-owned by Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil. It is now owned by PAWN STAR’S bike-expert and way-cool, Danny Koker – AKA –The Count.

“Count Vamp’d is the old Feelgoods in Vegas that was opened by investors with Vince Neil of Motley Crue being a minority investor and marketer. Once Neil got divorced he had to sell his stake in the business and the name had to change. Vamp’d is a dracula-themed rock club, bar/restaurant. Yes, it’s all those things. Unfortunately, I have not caught a show there yet so I cannot speak to the concert setup or sound. I do know they attract national to local acts, George Lynch probably the biggest name that hits there regularly, and local Vegas Iron Maiden tribute band ‘Aces High’ is also a regular. The bar itself is very cool, has lots of guitars behind glass, cool decor, and rock-star type memorabilia.” more from Jim P

The Dracula inspired club is in suburban (west) Las Vegas on West Sahara (just East of Rainbow) at 6750 West Sahara Ave., Las Vegas NV. Formerly Vince Neil’s Dr. Feelgood’s Rock Bar & Grill, Count’s Vamp’d is a Rock & Roll Venue Bar & Restaurant.

Is Danny Koker an avatar of Dracula???

ChumLee meets Bob Zimmerman A.K.A. Bob Dylan:

Count’s Vamp’d Official Website. You might want to listen to the background sound (song) on this website. I’m guessing it’s the ZITO 77 band. Regardless of who the band is they’re good. A very interesting (heavily effected) snare drum starts out running then continues with the other tasty drums and (cow)bell, then electric-guitars kick in: the bass-notes electric, playing low – maybe open strings – repeating a riff (yeah I know) with the second guitar, a high lead, weaving in and out. It’s basically a standard three-chord rock progression. Very authentic. Don’t quit until you hear the drum solo. Then stick around for the end. From the first time I heard the song I was hooked. This is just my opinion, William Carbone.

Danny Koker’s Bike Shop’s Official Website