Sheena Metal is a Los Angeles entertainment icon, lighting up radio, television and film. Sheena has anchored numerous radio shows for over ten years in Los Angeles--six of which were spent on top-rated talk station KLSX 97.1 The FM Talk Station where she helmed five successful shows (“The Sheena Show”, “Late Night Booty Call”, “Sheena and The Princess”, “Sheena and Sam”). Her untouchable wit, unforgettable voice and unflinching fan base have proven Sheena to be an undeniable radio presence.
Sheena’s radio career was the subject of a comprehensive five-page feature in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar section, as well as being featured numerous times in the LA Weekly, Daily News, Music Connection, and dozens of other periodicals. In addition, Metal was interviewed and quoted in Michael C. Keith’s “Sounds in the Dark”, currently in publication with a forward by Larry King. Currently she hosts Music Highway with Sheena Metal, the internationally syndicated radio show on over 700 affiliates to nearly 130 million listeners.
In addition, Sheena owns and runs Sheena Metal Productions™ a multi-faceted production company that has specialized in Radio Production, Music Promotion, Television and Film Production. She penned and produced the LA Cable Comedy hit Sheena Metal’s Freakin’ Rock Review (in which she also starred), as well as the tongue-in-cheek TV Soap Opera WeHo Stories. Known for her biting sense of humor, Metal appeared as a comedic commentator on National Inquirer TV and has headlined and emceed two long-running stand-up comedy nights at The Laugh Factory in Hollywood (Sheena Metal’s Midnight Madness” and “Inside the Girl’s Locker Room) the latter of which was an all-girl comedy night featured in the Los Angeles Times. Recently, Sheena has appeared on the big screen, acting in the sexy comedy Treasure Hunt and the drama Changing Spots. In 2006, she joined Ally Sheedy (The Breakfast Club) and Kathryn Erbe (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) onstage in New York City for a celebrity charity run of “The Vagina Monologues”. In early 2007, Metal will be developing a mockumentary reality TV series, that she will also write and star in.
In 2003, Sheena Metal founded an independent music organization, Music Highway. Boasting over 10,000 members worldwide, Music Highway is one of the biggest and most artist-friendly independent music resources on the web. Promoting more than ten live music shows a month in Los Angeles, Sheena has booked artists in venues such as such as The Key Club, The Troubadour, The Gig (where she promoted their opening night celebration), and Slim Jim Phantom’s Cat Club (where she hosted a night for George Clooney’s HBO series “Unscripted”) Currently, Metal books a variety of clubs from the upscale Knitting Factory (“Songs Rock!: An Industry Showcase”) to neighborhood industry hang-out Universal Bar and Grill (“Sheena and Friends”) in Universal City.
Sheena’s vast experience in many aspects of entertainment has made her a sought-after featured writer for the Los Angeles Times, Music Connection, LA Weekly, Curve, Unsigned, and All Access, as well as a variety of other magazines. She recently began a syndicated column, Music Highway as a companion to her weekly radio show, which has attained over 20 literary affiliates in just a few months.
From her eccentric beginnings as a cable access TV cult figure, to LA music industry icon, mainstream talk radio host, indie film character actress, headlining stand-up comic, New York stage actress, and in-demand journalist. Sheena Metal has truly earned the title Queen of the Nighttime World.
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