Ex-JUDAS PRIEST Singer RIPPER OWENS To Be Interviewed On Ohio Radio Station

A 60-minute interview with former JUDAS PRIEST and current ICED EARTH frontman Tim "Ripper" Owens will be broadcast this Sunday, May 1 on Joe Kleon's "Local Licks" show between 10:00 p.m. and midnight on Canton, Ohio's Rock 107, WRQK 106.9 FM.

Tim speaks candidly and extensively about his time in JUDAS PRIEST, his local beginnings in Akron, Ohio, his current band ICED EARTH, and his new project BEYOND FEAR. In addition to the candid, in-depth conversation, the show will feature many rare and hard-to-find recordings. Joe will also give away tickets to the live debut of BEYOND FEAR on May 5 at the Odeon.

The full interview will be posted online, after it is broadcast, on Joe's web site, www.joekleon.com.


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