September 21, 2010

DJs Ralph Sutton and Stacy X from Envision Radio Networks syndicated radio show "The Tour Bus" recently aired their annual ShipRocked cruise special featuring artists from this year's November 11-14, 2010 voyage.

The interviews can be heard at this location and include discussions with:

* Clint Lowery (SEVENDUST)
* Niki Barr (NIKI BARR BAND)
* Brian Vodinh (10 YEARS)
* Vince Neil (MÖTLEY CRÜE)
* Jason McMaster (BROKEN TEETH)
* Sarah Anthony (THE LETTER BLACK)
* Fred Coury (CINDERELLA)
* Jacob Lynam (LYNAM)
* Dave Rude (TESLA)

In his return from 2009, "The Tour Bus"' Ralph Sutton will be co-hosting Shiprocked with Kayla — satellite radio's heavy metal siren heard on the Boneyard, Octane and Message Amped — making for a virtual one-two punch of today's great rock radio voices.
The setting for ShipRocked 2010 — a three-day cruise which will set sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on November 11 — is the MSC Poesia (Italy),one of the cruise industry's most acclaimed new vessels. It all begins in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, visiting the premier Bahamian port, Nassau with a special stop at the pristine private island of Coco Cay Bay. Exuding her Italian roots, the Poesia features include the luxurious Aqua Spa, two pools, four Jacuzzis, a state-of-the-art cardio gym, salon, sushi bar, wine tasting bar, Teatro Carlo Felice, a beautiful, three-level, Las Vegas-style theater, plus additional stages on deck and around the ship for both bands and passengers to enjoy all night long!

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