A New U.K. Rock/Metal Radio Station To Launch Next Week

A new British rock/metal radio station called Arfm will officially launch from the NEC in Birmingham, U.K. on Wednesday, November 24 at 12 noon (GMT) from the Sound Broadcast Exhibition.

British rockers MAGNUM will be part of the launch program with Bob Catley and Al Burrow joining presenters Adrian Juste, Steve Price and Simon Gausden. Other guests include MARILLION, Jim Peterik and TARA'S SECRET.

On the second day (Nov. 25) at the NEC, ARfm will be joined by Pete Way (UFO, WAYSTED) and Swedish rockers M.ILL.ION.

The public launch of ARfm takes place at 12 noon (GMT) Staurday, November 27, with the schedules set to be kicked off by Danny Bowes of THUNDER.

ARfm is available to over 7.4 million homes in the U.K. on the Sky Digital Platform (Channel 913) and 24/7 on the net and will broadcast pure rock and metal with no boundaries.

For more information, visit www.arfm.co.uk.


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