BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's NICK CATANESE Interviewed On 'Iron City Rocks' (Audio)
The latest installment of the "Iron City Rocks" podcast (web site) features an interview with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Nick Catanese. Nick talks about his participation in upcoming Wounded Warriors benefit in Pittsburgh on March 21; the BLACK LABEL SOCIETY "Unblackened" DVD shoot; plans for 2013; and a little about his love of hockey. The podcast is now available for streaming using the audio player below.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's long-talked-about "Unblackened" DVD, which was previously scheduled to be filmed in late August at The Mayan in Los Angeles, California, and was then pushed back to January, was finally shot on March 6 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. The set contained intimate versions of some of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's most popular songs, as well as songs from mainman Zakk Wylde's solo album "Book Of Shadows" and his Southern rock band PRIDE & GLORY. The show featured Wylde on guitar and piano, alongside the members of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, as well as a four-piece string section, pedal steel, and special guests. The concert was also broadcast live exclusively on AXS TV. A CD/DVD will be released later this year.
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