HENRY ROLLINS Interviewed On Canada's 'The Hour'; Video Available

Punk rock icon Henry Rollins was interviewed by George Stroumboulopoulos on "The Hour" this past Monday night (October 27). The 24-minute clip, which originally aired on CBC in Canada, can be viewed at this location.

Henry Rollins launched his new Recountdown Tour, an election-time talking show, on September 18, in Stephens Auditorium at Iowa State University.

Formerly with the punk rock band BLACK FLAG, Rollins is a singer with the ROLLINS BAND. He also is a published poet and author, a movie and TV actor, and host of a weekly radio show and a television talk show. Rollins won a Grammy Award for his spoken-word performance for "Get in the Van: On the Road with Black Flag". The same year (1994) he was nominated for "Best Metal Performance" for "Liar".


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