SKID ROW Release New Single To Select Radio Stations
SKID ROW have released the projected title track from their forthcoming full-length CD, tentatively entitled Thick Is The Skin, to several US radio stations ahead of the group's appearance at the Rock Never Stops tour, also featuring TESLA, VINCE NEIL, and JACKYL. At this time, no release date has yet been set for Thick Is The Skin, the band's first album with new singer Johnny Solinger, who replaced Sebastian Bach two years ago.
Here is a list of the radio stations (and their request numbers) that are currently spinning "Thick Is The Skin":
Fayetteville, North Carolina
WKQB (910) 864-5222 and WRCQ (910) 860-1401
Charlotte, North Carolina
WEND (704) 376-1065
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
WVBZ (336) 822-2000 and WKRR (336) 274-8042
WNNX (404) 266-0997 and WZGC (404) 851-9393 and
WKLS (404) 325-0960
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
WBGG (954) 862-2000 and WZTA (954) 862-2000
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