'Home Of Metal' Event To Celebrate West Midlands Contribution To Rock And Metal

February 19, 2011

On Saturday, March 26, Home Of Metal takes up residence in The Public arts complex in the heart of West Bromwich, U.K. and fans of all ages are invited to bring along their memorabilia and stories to be recorded for the digital archive, highlighting the influence of Birmingham and the Black Country. Home Of Metal is looking for everything from concert tickets to photographs, badges, album covers, t-shirts and flyers relating to BLACK SABBATH, LED ZEPPELIN, JUDAS PRIEST, DIAMOND HEAD, MAGNUM and NAPALM DEATH.

This free event — all ages are welcome from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. — will be hosted by Kerrang! Radio DJ Johnny Doom, who will be talking to former "Raw Power" presenter, Ozzfest compere and all-around metal expert Krusher. In addition, Juneau Projects will be showing you how you can make your very own DIY guitar, with loads of other rockin' fun family activities planned.

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