Comedian-actor Denis Leary will release the song “At the Rehab,” March 24 on COMEDY CENTRAL Records. The Rescue Me star recorded the song with his band, The Enablers and calls out by name pop culture icons and their rampant substance abuse to an up-tempo calypso beat. The single is digital-only and will be available exclusively through iTunes for the first two weeks.
Leary will also launch the Rescue Me Comedy Tour March 21 in Atlantic City. The fifth season of Rescue Me will premiere April 7 on FX.
Listen to song “At the Rehab”:: http://go.thesyn.com/denisleary/index.html
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Menage-a-Denis On New Season of "Rescue Me"
Denis Leary will have three - count ’em, three! - women fighting over him in the new season of “Rescue Me” when his hit dramedy returns to FX next month.
Andrea Roth, who plays Tommy Gavin’s estranged wife, Janet, said her character, and the ladies played by Lincoln homegal Callie Thorne and newcomer Hyde Park homey Maura Tierney, get into a “wonderful, three-way blowup” over Leary’s bad-boy firefighter this season.
“Some fireworks will ensue,” Roth spilled. “I couldn’t stop laughing out loud. The second I got the script, I picked up the phone and called Callie and said, ‘Do you believe what we get to do?’ ”
Tierney, formerly of “ER,” joins the cast this season as a new love interest for Leary, who has Callie as his ex-lover and constant stalker, and Janet as the mother of his new baby - or is it his brother’s baby?
And, according to Roth, the firehouse drama will heat up even more this season.
“You can expect a lot of the crazy angst that is the dysfunctional Gavin family,” she said.
Roth, who was hosting a St. Baldrick’s Day fund-raiser for cancer charities at The Happy Ending bar in La-La, said “Rescue Me” hasn’t lost a beat despite a year-long hiatus.
“I believe wholeheartedly that this will be the best season yet,” she said.