The second act of the night at Toronto’s Rockpile on January 10th was Knee High Fox, an alternative rock band out of Los Angeles. The band, consisting of bassist Simon Nagel, guitarist Neil Tiemann, and drummer Oscar Silva, were all on stage wearing oversized white hoodies when frontwoman Chrissy Fox strutted out sporting a Goth Spice t-shirt, black leather pants, and knee-high pirate boots that must have had twelve inch platforms. The crowd loved the way Chrissy interacted with the fans and her presence, oozing with sex appeal, drove the audience into a frenzy. The night got hot….

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