HENRY ROLLINS Schedules Radio Appearances
Punk rock icon Henry Rollins will be on Air America's "Ring Of Fire" radio show with Robert F Kennedy, Jr. and Mike Papantonio, on Saturday, March 17. It airs 5-7 p.m. Eastern Time.
Tune in to XM Radio - Channel 167, or go to www.ringoffireradio.com for your local station or to listen live.
Henry will also be doing an interview with National Lampoon Radio Tuesday, March 20 at 12 p.m. Pacific Time. Tune into XM Radio, channel 154 to listen.
Rollins recently announced plans for several ROLLINS BAND reissues throughout 2007. "The first two up will be 'Hot Animal Machine' and 'Life Time'," he said back in November. "Nothing will be different with 'Hot Animal Machine' but 'Life Time' will contain all the live tracks from the original CD release as well as all the studio tracks from the sessions. All these tracks on one CD will be a first. Later in the year we will put out the 'Hard Volume' album and the 'Turned On' album will be remastered and indexed with track numbers. There will probably be some other things from that era coming out as well. We'll keep you posted."
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