Friday, June 6, 2008

NIGHT RANGER Guitarist BRAD GILLIS, SEBASTIAN BACH and More Featured on Wyldside Radio Show

This week the nationally syndicated, Wyldside Radio Show, is proud to bring you an exclusive interview with none other than guitarist extraordinaire, Brad Gillis of NIGHT RANGER! Brad will be dishing all the dirt to us about Night Ranger’s first new studio album in over a decade, Hole In The Sun, the band's upcoming performance at Rocklahoma 2008, and the bands formula for keeping it all together as a band for almost 25 years! This interview will be without a doubt one that you will not want to miss!!

This interview is all part of The Wyldside Radio Show’s ongoing build up for Rocklahoma 2008 to be held in Pryor, OK from July 9th -13th. Wyldside Radio is very proud to be the OFFICIAL Podcast channel of Rocklahoma this year and will be bringing you exclusive backstage coverage of all the festivities and goings on at the event! For more info on Rocklahoma 2008, including ticket info, please check out their website at ROCKLAHOMA.COM

Each week, The Wyldside Radio Show will bring you a brand new and exclusive, in depth interview with a different performer from Rocklahoma 2008, the biggest festival of its kind supporting the great Hard Rockin’ '80s! Check out who we will be interviewing in the upcoming shows:

June 6th - 13th: Brad Gillis (Night Ranger)
June 13th - 20th: Jeff Keith (TESLA)

Other Upcoming Artists to be interviewed include: Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt (EXTREME), members of the band TRIUMPH, and rock n' roll madman, SEBASTIAN BACH

The Wyldside Radio Show is a two hour nationally syndicated radio show, which accentuates the artist of the past decades and focuses on the tribute of the metal genre from the 80’s and early 90’s. The Wyldside Radio Show also features interviews with legendary artists from the 80s and respectable new rock artists of today. The goal of The Wyldside Radio Show is to reinvigorate the hard rock and metal music which spanned the earlier decade that is severely neglected on today’s airwaves.

For more info, including affiliated stations and show times, please go to WYLDSIDERADIO.COM and WYLDSIDERADIO MYSPACE

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