IRON MAIDEN Frontman To Host New 'Masters Of Rock' Series
IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson will return to BBC Radio 2 on Thursday, July 13 at 21:00 (U.K. time) for the fifth installment of the "Masters Of Rock" series. Over the course of six weeks, Bruce will be playing classic rock from the likes of AC/DC, HEART, BLACK CROWES, CHEAP TRICK and VAN HALEN, to new bands like LOSTPROPHETS, AFI, RYE COALITION, COHEED AND CAMBRIA and WOLFMOTHER to obscurities from the likes of ALCATRAZZ, STRYPER, LOUDNESS and others. In addition, there will be exclusive new interviews with the following artists:
Jul. 13 - Phil Collen (DEF LEPPARD)
Jul. 20 - Billy Gibbons (ZZ TOP)
Jul. 27 - Andy Cairns (THERAPY?)
Aug. 03 - Adam Jones and Maynard Keenan (TOOL)
Aug. 10 - Tom Morello (AUDIOSLAVE)
Aug. 17 - Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament and Matt Cameron (PEARL JAM)
You can hear the show live in the U.K. on BBC Radio 2 88-91FM, or anywhere else worldwide via live streaming at www.bbc.co.uk/radio2. You can listen to each show for a week via the "Listen Again" feature on the Radio 2 web site.
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