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While co-creator and star Johnny Knoxville has parlayed his success into a steady acting career, his fellow cast member Bam Margera lingered on cable, starring in Something of a joke band, which Margera essentially created as an outlet for "getting drunk and recording songs on my tape recorder," Gnarkill released two albums before splitting up.That gave way to another facetious band with the unprintable name of F—face Unstoppable.Von D was referred to in the Eagles of Death Metal song "High Voltage", which was named after her shop and is featured on their third album, Heart On.It may be a fair bit of TMI for you dear MCS, but I’ve been spending a shit load of time over on Chaturbate, so I’ve decided to sign up for their affiliate program.Members included Margera, his girlfriend at the time, his brother, and (briefly) c Ky guitarist Chad Ginsburg, who quit the band after just a few months. He had a hard time watching Bam's already hard-drinking lifestyle grow progressively worse following the 2011 car crash that killed Bam's best friend and co-star Ryan Dunn.In 2014, a F—face Unstoppable tour was canceled after just three dates.So, you see everything from my drawings when I was six to tattoos that have never before been seen." Her second book, The Tattoo Chronicles, an illustrated diary following a year in her life, was released October 26, 2010, and reached #3 on The New York Times "Hardcover Advice & Misc." best-seller list.
Due in part to Margera's reputation, the bar had to agree to many concessions just to open—the Note wasn't allowed to do what other bars in the area could do, such as offer take-out beer or even happy hour specials.
According to Margera's IMDb page, he's also playing a police detective in an upcoming thriller titled Running a bar, restaurant, or concert venue isn't easy—a great deal of paperwork, licensure, community relations, and headaches go along with it.
Nevertheless, in 2006 Margera approached businessman Don Moore with the idea of opening a bar/restaurant/venue in Margera's hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania.
is an American tattoo artist, model, musician, entrepreneur, and television personality.
She is best known for her work as a tattoo artist on the TLC reality television show LA Ink, which premiered in the United States on August 7, 2007, and ran for four seasons.