NEWS: Three hours of killer rock tuneage lined up for tonight’s show

Hello and welcome back!

wpid-img_20141127_121828.jpgNormal service will resume tonight following last week’s ‘Special’. While we’re on the subject of last week, the response to our series ‘Back To The 80s’ has been simply astounding. Thank you!

Ok, back to tonight’s show. We’ve three hours of killer rock tuneage lined up for you, as many of the requests sent in this week as we can fit, plus single releases from Crobot, Blind Guardian, Skarlett Riot, Cancer Bats and a new band for us Empire of Fools.

As for the Classic Rock…we’ve lined up some beauties for you…Black Sabbath, Dio, Van Halen, Boston, Genesis, Bon Jovi, Triumph, Pantera, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Iron Maiden, Georgia Satellites and many more besides.

Join us tonight, from 7pm GMT (listen links can be found on our Home Page). For all the chat and comment during the show, visit our Facebook Group.

Cheers

MJx

Website: www.TheClassicRockShow.co.uk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ClassicRockShow @ClassicRockShow
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/theclassicrockshow

INTERVIEW (audio): Blackberry Smoke’s Brit Turner

‘Leave A Scar – Live’ a double album and DVD released this year, gave us a taste of what can be expected at a Blackberry Smoke gig. Their recent UK tour, saw them sell out venues with a greater capacity on those they’ve played before. With the backing of UK based record label that has on its roster the likes of Rival Sons and The Temperance Movement, the music media’s undiminished appetite and the band’s down-to-earth appeal with fans, things are heading in the right direction for the band.

I see many parallels between Blackberry Smoke’s continuing rise and that of Southern Rock bands such as Blackfoot and Molly Hatchet had when they came over to these shores in the late Seventies and early Eighties on the back of some terrific albums, plying their trade the length and breadth of the UK to the delight of rock fans.

Brit Turner BBSWith Blackberry Smoke, there seems a renewed interest for a southern-rock band that has also drawn upon life’s experiences when penning songs, making them easy to engage and connect with; looking forward to Blackberry Smoke’s new studio album.

We sat down with Blackberry Smoke’s drummer, Brit Turner, and heard what all of this has meant to the band. It’s evidently clear, when you listen to what Brit has to say, that this tour has cemented the relationship the band has with us Brits (no pun intended).

Have a listen:

blackberry-smoke-newBlackberry Smoke links:
Website
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

Thanks for listening!

Website: www.TheClassicRockShow.co.uk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ClassicRockShow @ClassicRockShow
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Last night’s playlist is now available…

Hello everyone 🙂

Thanks so much for tuning in last night. The interaction on the Facebook Group was fab….and once again we welcomed in new listeners to the show!!

The show was recorded and will be posted up on Mixcloud very soon.

Cheers

MJx

Twitter: @ClassicRockShow
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/theclassicrockshow.co.uk
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/theclassicrockshow
Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/ClassicRockShow
Website: www.theclassicrockshow.co.uk

The Classic Rock Show playlist for 21st February 2013

The Classic Rock Show playlist for 21st February 2013