Legendary ALICE COOPER Drummer NEAL SMITH To Be Featured On Radio Special

Rock drum legend Neal Smith, whose is best known for his innovative drumming and outrageous stage antics with the original ALICE COOPER group, will be the focus of a three-hour radio special. The August 10 edition of "The Electric Ballroom" radio show, which airs on 95.9 WRAT FM in Point Pleasant/Belmar, New Jersey, will broadcast an extensive interview with the drummer beginning at 10:00 p.m. EST. Along with Smith's interview will be the airing of songs from his latest critically acclaimed CD KILLSMITH "Sexual Savior" as well as classic ALICE COOPER, PLASMATICS, and BUCK DHARMA (solo) tracks, plus a few surprises.

The program can be streamed live at this location.

KILLSMITH's "Sexual Savior" has been receiving "rave reviews from the music press and fans worldwide," according to a press release. The CD comes with a 16-page booklet featuring song lyrics and "lots of hot female skin."

For more information, visit www.nealsmith.com.


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