Rock drummers Vinny Appice (BLACK SABBATH, HEAVEN & HELL, DIO) and Barry Kerch (SHINEDOWN) will be interviewed by Hawaii veteran rock jock Dave Lawrence on Monday, March 22 at 10 p.m. EST (7 p.m. PST) on Shovio.com.Shovio.com is the first company to deliver live, interactive Internet video broadcasts to desktops, laptops and mobile phones. Launched in November 2009 and based in midtown Manhattan, Shovio.com is free, and anyone can log in anytime to join the hosts' discussions in real time, by using their own web camera or microphone, and streaming messaging. Shovio.com daily professional broadcasters include former "Imus in the Morning" sidekick Karith Foster, sports talk icon Sid Rosenberg, conservative talker Jeff Katz, rock radio host Dave Lawrence, comedian/radio host Goumba Johnny, radio host Leslie Gold "The Radiochick," former FBI agent and bestselling author Joaquin "Jack" Garcia (a.k.a. Jack Falcone), and urban radio/video hosts Star and Buc Wild, among others.
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