UK digital radio station Planet Rock will air brand new interviews with THIN LIZZY guitarists Scott Gorham and John Sykes as well as an archive interview with Phil Lynott during December as part of the station's "Thin Lizzy Month."For more information on exact air dates and times, click here. To celebrate 30 years since the recording of the classic live album "Live And Dangerous", THIN LIZZY is playing the full album sequentially and in its entirety during its current UK tour. Now, for the first time since its original live recording in Hammersmith 30 years ago, fans are able to experience this outstanding album played live. "Live And Dangerous" set the standard for live concert recordings and truly reflects the status of THIN LIZZY as one of rock's best live bands. The tour also dovetails the recent release of THIN LIZZY's "Live and Dangerous" concert on DVD. Says founding THIN LIZZY guitarist Scott Gorham, "This album meant too much, not only to us as a band, but to our fans as well, to let the 30th anniversary of its recording pass without celebrating it in some way." Click here for the full press release. THIN LIZZY's current lineup includes vocalist/guitarist John Sykes, guitarist Scott Gorham, bassist Francesco DiCosmo and drummer Tommy Aldridge. The band in 2006 commemorated the 20th year since THIN LIZZY mainman Phil Lynott's passing by dedicating and performing 20 dates in remembrance of their late frontman. Dubbed the "20/20 Tour", the trek saw the band hammering out all of the greatest hits and a few rarities. Watch fan-filmed video footage of THIN LIZZY performing the song "Cold Sweat" on November 28, 2007 in Cardiff, UK:
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