REB BEACH, STEPHEN PEARCY, KIP WINGER Audio Interviews Posted Online

StriglsMusicNews.com has posted episode 20 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. The episode is the first of a three part series spotlighting the VH1 Classic's "Metal Mania: Stripped Across America Tour 2005". Included in this episode are interviews co-host John Ostronomy conducted with Reb Beach (Kip Winger, Don Dokken), Kip Winger, Stephen Pearcy, and Frankie Wilsey (Stephen Pearcy). Hosts Mark Strigl and Ostronomy also cover such topics as Robbin Crosby, the RATT EP, Stephen Pearcy's "Fueler", and the WINGER "Pull" album. Pictures as well as the 30-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location. This podcast follows "Talking Metal"'s Metal Blade special, where host Mark Strigl focuses on Metal Blade recording artists, including THE ABSENCE, THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE, PREMONITIONS OF WAR, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, 1947, YOB, and ED GEIN.

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