STEELHEART singer and composer Miljenko Matijevic will guest on "Eddie Trunk Live" on Sirius/XM Radio on Monday, March 9 at 8:00 p.m.As previously reported, Dana Altman of North Sea Films has given the green light to the production of "Good 2B Alive", a documentary film about singer and composer Miljenko Matijevic (STEELHEART mainman). The film will be a detailed look into the extraordinary life of Miljenko and his music; an incredible journey back to the stage after the devastating accident in Denver, Colorado during his performance at the McNichols Arena. In 1992, on Halloween night, STEELHEART had a platinum-selling album under the band's belt and the second album was on its way to gold status when it all came to a screeching halt. A lighting truss collapsed and crushed Miljenko to the stage, removing him from the music scene and his life's passion. This is incredible, true story of human perseverance — the resurrection of a rock star — and an inspiring journey of the human spirit; how one man keeps the faith regardless of the odds. The producers are planning the final shoot to take place at a free festival called "Good 2B Alive", in Zagreb Croatia, Miljenko's birthplace. This festival is anticipated to be the first of many around the world to come. Fan-filmed video footage of STEELHEART's February 13, 2009 performance at The Brixton in Redondo Beach, California can be viewed below (courtesy of "lisapolisa"). For more information, visit Steelheart.com.
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