IAN ASTBURY, DUFF MCKAGAN On NYC's 101.9 RXP; Audio Available
THE CULT frontman Ian Astbury took over the studios of New York City's 101.9 RXP on Thursday, May 7. Ian was promoting a benefit concert that he played last night (Saturday, May 9) at the Bowery Electric. Ian was scheduled to perform with his new band, THE SOFT REVOLT, to raise money for the "Apollonia Players" production of John Patrick Shanley's "Savage in Limbo". Ian also talked about his bands, seeing THE BEATLES as a young boy, and he also spoke with VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES bassist Duff McKagan about their old days touring together.
Check out the podcast at this location (click on the player on the right side).
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