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Rachel May

Broadzilla frontwoman balances the Difficulties, Maxine Pretrucci, Dio tribute and more.

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"I recently reformed the Difficulties. The guitar player and I have a good rapport. We write really well together and communicate well together. We always had a vision for the band that it never became. We don’t have a name yet, so we’re still toying around with all that. I’m still playing with Maxine Petrucci. She’s busy at the moment doing a Madam X reunion. I’m still doing the Dio tribute too. That band plays throughout the year, but it seems to come in waves. Sometimes, I don’t have any rehearsals for a month or two, and then other times it’s every day after work.”

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