LIVING COLOUR's Vernon Reid was a guest on a recent episode of "Never Meet Your Heroes", ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian's new radio show on Volume, SiriusXM's first-ever 24/7 talk radio channel dedicated to music.While Reid and Ian were talking about their favorite movies that scare them, they shared their love for David Lynch's classic "Blue Velvet". During this discussion, who should happen to walk into the studio but one of the movie's stars, Laura Dern, with a surprise visit. Check out the clip below. "Never Meet Your Heroes" features Ian as he chats with his celebrity idols and musical influences about what inspires them. Volume is on SiriusXM channel 106 and available through the SiriusXM app as well as online at siriusxm.com. Music fans are able to join the discussion on social media via Twitter @SiriusXMVolume on Facebook at SiriusXM Volume.
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