WHITESNAKE/WINGER Guitarist REB BEACH Featured In New 'The Right to Rock' Podcast
TheRightToRock.com has issued its latest podcast (episode #79), featuring guitarist Reb Beach (WHITESNAKE, WINGER).
The interview lasts approximately 40 minutes and is available for download at this location.
WHITESNAKE will team up with British heavy metal legends JUDAS PRIEST for a number of North American shows this summer.
WHITESNAKE and JUDAS PRIEST last toured together in South America during 2005 to great critical and commercial success and maintain a great friendship. WHITESNAKE will also be headlining several of its own U.S. shows during the tour with JUDAS PRIEST.
WHITESNAKE's appearance at U.K.'s Download festival in early June will coincide with action-packed re-releases of the multi-platinum albums "Slip Of The Tongue", marking its 20th anniversary, and "Slide It In", which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. A special edition of the band's 2008 album "Good To Be Bad", featuring bonus tracks, will be released around the same time.
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