BEATALLICA To Discuss 'Cease And Desist' Order On 'The Classic Metal Show'

Frontman Jaymz of BEATALLICA, the Internet sensation who combine the work of THE BEATLES with the sound of early METALLICA, will be a special guest on "The Classic Metal Show" this Saturday, February 19. Jaymz will be on to discuss the recent "cease and desist" order that was slapped on the band courtesy of Sony/ATV Music Publishing and THE BEATLES. He will talk about the band's options for possible recourse, as well as how it feels to be legally threatened by the "suits" at Sony. Also checking in on "The Classic Metal Show" this week will be vocal legend Joe Lynn Turner (RAINBOW, YNGWIE J. MALMSTEEN, DEEP PURPLE). Turner will be on to talk about his new release, "The Usual Suspects", as well as his historic career with some of the most elite musicians in metal history. "The Usual Suspects" will be previewed on the show, as will the new release from ASTRAL DOORS, entitled "Evil Is Forever".

To tune into "The Classic Metal Show" live, go to this location at 9:00 p.m. EST on Saturday night, February 19.


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