BLAZE BAYLEY, CINDERELLA's BRITTINGHAM To Guest On 'The Classic Metal Show'
Bassist Eric Brittingham of the multi-platinum '80s hard rock band CINDERELLA and former IRON MAIDEN/WOLFSBANE vocalist Blaze Bayley will be the special call-in guests on tomorrow's (Saturday, June 28) edition of "The Classic Metal Show".
"The Classic Metal Show" can be heard live every Saturday night between 9:00 p.m. EST and 3:00 a.m. EST at www.cmsradio.net.
CINDERELLA recently cancelled its U.S. tour with WARRANT, LYNCH MOB and LYNAM after frontman Tom Keifer's left vocal cord hemorrhaged during rehearsal, thereby making it impossible for him to sing in the immediate future.
Blaze Bayley and his backing band will make an in-store appearance at Birmingham High Street's HMV on July 7 at 5:00 p.m. to sign copies of his new album, "The Man Who Would Not Die".
Audio samples of all 12 tracks that are set to appear on "The Man Who Would Not Die" are available at Amazon.com.
"The Man Who Would Not Die" will be signed by the whole band before dispatch if pre-ordered on Planetblaze.com or the BLAZE BAYLEY store link off MySpace to Planetblaze.com.
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