TEXAS METAL HEALTH Concert To Be Filmed For Future Broadcast

"Robb's Metal Works", long-standing San Antonio Time Warner cable show, has joined forces with PICC Line Productions and TacomaScene.com, as an official sponsor of the fourth annual Texas Metal Health show, a tribute to late METAL CHURCH frontman David Wayne, to be held May 13 at Sam’s Burger Joint in San Antonio Texas. "Robb's Metal Works" has been granted exclusive media and filming rights to this annual event, highlights of which will be broadcast via the monthly program later in 2006 on STUF-TV, Time Warner Cable Channel 50. Bands set to perform at the concert include REVEREND, AZRAEL'S BANE, ANCIENT CROSS, IGNITOR and DRIFTER (an IRON MAIDEN tribute band).

For more information, visit www.txmetalhealth.com.


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