Jon Oliva, the legendary mastermind behind SAVATAGE, will be the host for this Friday's "Guest DJ Hour" on Metal Express Radio.

For those familiar with Mr. Oliva, you'll know that he's not the least bit shy in front of a microphone, especially when dealing with a captive audience!

You won't want to miss this "Guest DJ Hour" on Friday, May 4 at 15:00 and 21:00 CET (9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. EST).

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JON OLIVA'S PAIN has just returned from its spring 2007 European tour, performing 17 shows in 8 countries. Pre-production is well underway for the third release from JOP, due out on AFM Records in January/February 2008. A very special multi-media presentation is set to be included with the next release. JOP will return to Europe in October when they headline the prestigious ProgPower Europe festival in Holland. More tour dates will be added soon.


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