Put a Brooklyn hipster and a rich "valley girl" together in one apartment and you get My Crazy Roommate, Bounce TV's original hit sitcom!
Runtime: 30 minutes
My Crazy Roommate - Warren DeMartini - Netflix
Warren Justin DeMartini (born April 10, 1963), nicknamed Torch, is the former lead guitarist for Ratt, a popular American band during the 1980s Los Angeles glam metal scene.
My Crazy Roommate - Post-Ratt and Returns - Netflix
After Ratt broke up, DeMartini had a short stint with the band Dokken before briefly becoming a touring guitarist for hard rock band Whitesnake in 1994. After that, he released two solo projects; the EP, Surf's Up! in 1995, and his only full-length album to date, Crazy Enough To Sing To You in 1996. Ratt re-united in 1996 and released two albums, Collage in July 1997, and a self-titled album in July 1999, which was a critical and commercial failure. In 2003, DeMartini was hired to replace guitarist Doug Aldrich in the band Dio but after several rehearsals he decided to leave the band due to musical differences with band leader Ronnie James Dio. Ratt reformed again in 2007 and began a tour in the summer of that year. As of March of 2018 it has been widely rumored that Warren has been pushed out of the band.
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