URIAH HEEP Guitarist Interviewed By BBC's ROGER DAY (Audio)
BBC's Roger Day conducted an interview with guitarist Mick Box of progressive rockers URIAH HEEP. Box chats with Roger about life on the road, URIAH HEEP's huge following in Russia and how the band's lineup has changed over the years. You can now listen to the interview in two parts below.
Concert Live, which enables fans all over the world to relive the experience with instant recordings of live gigs available within minutes of the last note being played, will team up with URIAH HEEP to produce exclusive live CDs from the band's European tour.
To pre-order your exclusive CD of URIAH HEEP's recent Wolverhampton, England show, click here.
URIAH HEEP's latest album, "Into The Wild", was released on April 15 in Europe and May 3 in North America via Frontiers Records. The CD was produced by Mike Paxman (STATUS QUO, ASIA) and features cover artwork (see below) by the renowned Greek-American artist Ioannis (LYNYRD SKYNYRD, STYX, SAGA).
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