SKID ROW: New RACHEL BOLAN Audio Interview Available

In a recent interview with "The Hairball John Radio Show", SKID ROW bassist Rachel Bolan discussed the band's latest release, "Revolutions Per Minute", and the "f*ck-it" attitude the band took during the writing and recording process. Bolan also spoke openly about reuniting with producer Michael Wagener; the health challenges that guitarist Dave Sabo continues to battle; the upcoming tour with KING'S X; and the status of Rachel Bolan Racing.

The entire 22 minute-interview is available on demand in full streaming audio at the home site of "The Hairball John Radio Show".

As previously reported, SKID ROW will co-host "Metal Mania" with Eddie Trunk on VH1 Classic on Friday, November 3 at 10:00 p.m. It is scheduled to re-air that Friday night at 1:00 a.m. EST and on Saturday, November 4 at midnight. It will also re-air a few times the following week. A CNN feature, "SKID ROW Still Rockin'", with Veronica De La Cruz is set for an upcoming Saturday airing. Entertainment features vary depending on world events, so an exact air date is pending.


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