American singer and songwriter, Henry Rollins, has been recruited by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board. Rollins, whom was formerly an actor and the frontman for the American punk rock band, Black Flag, will be featured in a 5-part video series about the city.
The one-minute video starts with Rollins walking into the airport, as he explains how the Los Angeles International airport (LAX) is a cultural melting pot. He goes on to mention the importance of arriving early for a flight. The video ends with Rollins explaining the ease of regular and biometric automated checking, to skip all of the long lines at the airport.
On top of being a musician, Rollins is a regular columnist for Rolling Stones Australia, as well as a regular columnist for LA weekly. Rollins recently played the Home For The Holidays Benefit show at NOVO in Los Angeles, on Dec. 10, 2019. The show featured other major artists such as Lauper, Marilyn Manson and Kesha, and was organized to end the youth LGBTQ homelessness.
Currently, the released date for the second-part for the video series is unknown.