Pic 1) Mike Peters
2) Killing For Company
THE ROCK SHOW ON SUNSHINE RADIO -- SUNDAY 6PM-9PM -- March 9th.
This week featuring Mike Peters of The Alarm plus The Tokyo Dragons and Killing for Company live!
The Alarm frontman Mike Peters talks to Jeff Collins about the band’s influential and highly successful career.
Spanning 25 years, millions of album sales and worldwide hit singles such as Spirit of ’76, Strength and 68 Guns, the Alarm have made a huge impact on the world of rock.
Tune in from 6pm to hear Mike talk about - among other things - the band’s early days, the huge success the Alarm enjoyed during the 80’s and 90’s and his fascinating meetings with the likes of Bob Dylan and Neil Young.
(Next week - March 16th - Mike will tell the Rock Show about the current projects he’s working on with the Alarm)
Jeff will also be speaking to Stuart Cable and the Tokyo Dragons backstage as the Dragons and Stuart’s new band, Killing For Company, share the bill at a gig in Swansea.
Jeff will also be playing live tracks from each band.
The Rock’s Show’s New Band Of The Week is Tribe. Jeff caught up with their lead singer at Monnow Valley Studios in Monmouth where they were recording parts of their debut album.
All that plus three hours of the best classic rock tunes around.
Jeff’s previous guests on the Rock Show have included Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice, Fish, Paul Carrack, Stuart Cable, Paul Rodgers, Richie Edwards from The Darkness, Marillion’s Mark Kelly, ELP’s Keith Emerson and Whitesnake’s Neil Murray, Geoff Downes (from Yes and Asia) and Yes and King Crimson drummer Bill Bruford.
The Rock Show on Sunshine Radio: 106.2 fm across Herefordshire and 107fm across Monmouthshire (107.8fm in Abergavenny).
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Jeff Collins is also the author of the best selling ROCK LEGENDS AT ROCKFIELD, written about the iconic rock acts who have recorded at Rockfield and Monnow Valley studios in Monmouthshire.
Jeff has just finished his latest book about former Stereophonic’s drummer Stuart Cable, which is due out in September 2008.