DEF LEPPARD Singer's 'The Joe Elliott Show' To Air For 13 Weeks On PLANET ROCK
After the success of the six-part radio series "My ReGeneration", which was hosted by DEF LEPPARD singer Joe Elliott on Planet Rock, the show has now been extended for another 13 weeks. Renamed "The Joe Elliott Show", the program will feature Joe playing the music that has inspired him over the years for an hour every week on Saturdays at 7:00 p.m. (U.K. time), with a repeat on Thursday at 10:00 p.m.
"Joe follows the footsteps of many rock stars that have taken to the airwaves at Planet Rock. He joins the ranks of BLACK SABBATH's Tony Iommi, JETHRO TULL's Ian Anderson, Fish and Gary Moore to name a few," commented Malcolm Bluemel, Planet Rock CEO.
Planet Rock was honored in the "Digital Station Of The Year 2010" category at the recent Radio Academy Sony Awards.
Planet Rock is the home of Alice Cooper's breakfast show, "Breakfast with Alice", and Rick Wakeman's Saturday show.
Planet Rock broadcasts on digital radio, Sky 0110, Virgin Media 924, Freesat 703, online at www.planetrock.com and on iPhone.
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