LUNARMILE Featuring SABBATH, PRIEST Offspring: Acoustic Performance On BBC Radio Scheduled

LUNARMILE (Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3), the British band featuring frontwoman Toni-Marie (daughter of BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi) and bassist bassist Alex Hill (son of JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill), will guest on the "Late Show with Jimmy Franks" on BBC's West Midlands radio station on Tuesday, February 7. They will be doing a live acoustic set for the show, which goes out between 10:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. on 95.6 FM in the West Midlands. More information on the station is available at this location.

As previously reported, LUNARMILE will have their track "I Know" played on the U.K. radio tonight (Jan. 29) on Tony Iommi's "Black Sunday" show on Planet Rock as his unsigned choice for this week.

Planet Rock is available on DAB digital radio across the UK, 861 Sky, ntl 880, telewest 924 and at

Check out an audio sample of the LUNARMILE track "I Know" at this location.

Upcoming LUNARMILE shows:

Feb. 10 - The Jailhouse – Coventry, UK
Feb. 13 - Coxs' Yard – Stratford, UK (charity gig)

For more information on LUNARMILE, visit

(Thanks: Andy)


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