@HeavenEarthBand’s Stuart Smith and Joe Retta talk to TCRS about the UK tour, ‘Dig’ and @TheRealSambora

Following the 2013 release of the superb album ‘Dig’, we’ve all been hankering after seeing Heaven & Earth over here in the UK. Well, it’s not too long to wait now as the band recently announced tour dates.

Heaven & Earth band

The band’s guitarist Stuart Smith & vocalist Joe Retta talked to The Classic Rock Show about the album, artwork, vinyl, Richie Sambora‘s contribution on the song ‘Man and Machine’, as well as the upcoming tour which has preliminary dates for the O2 Academy‘s around the UK.

We’re really excited by the prospect of seeing them perform ‘live’ over here in the UK and can’t wait to see a show.

Since we began playing Heaven & Earth on the show, and especially since the release of ‘Dig’, we’ve received more and more requests to hear them. This is a band that’s struck a chord with fans of ‘Classic Rock’ sounding music the world over.

You can listen to the interview here.

You can keep up to date with all things Heaven & Earth by visiting their website www.heavenandearthband.com, Facebook page www.facebook.com/officialheavenandearth and on Twitter @HeavenEarthBand

Join us from 7pm (UK time) this Thursday, March 27 – we’ll be playing another track from Heaven & Earth’s album ‘Dig’ as requested by one of our listeners!

Thanks for listening.

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