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Stevie ZeSuicide interviewed on radio
10:09am Friday 4th May 2012 in Music news and reviews
CULT York rocker Stevie ZeSuicide will be the subject of a feature on Wicked Spins Radio’s Snuff Monkey Show on Sunday evening.
You can hear Stevie being interviewed online at wickedspinsradio.org from 6pm, when he also will perform the title track of his long-awaited album, Hellraiza, and Down On The Farm, a song from his punk days on UK Subs’ drumming stool.
He will tell the story of how that song, written by Charlie Harper, Nicky Garrett, Alvin Gibbs and Stevie himself for the album Endangered Species, was subsequently recorded by American megastars Guns N’Roses.
In addition, Stevie will discuss his videos and his album, newly released on Noize Revolution Records. “I’ve also been offered the chance to do my own show on the radio station in a Saturday night slot,” he says.
Shaun Histed-Todd, radio manager and co-owner of the Devon-based station, says: “We’re in discussions with Stevie as to what he wants to do. It would be a great show, and to have a UK Sub doing his own programme would be fabulous as they’re so popular in America with punks and rockers of all ages.”
Stevie is looking forward to joining Wicked Spins’ international roster of DJs: Jet Atway in Oregon, Portland; Sarah Hensley in Los Angeles, California; and the Fester Faceplant Show in New York.
“The station has listeners worldwide, in America, Australia, Japan, across Europe and even in Russia,” he says.
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