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Don Airey on Bruce Dickinson Show

Don Airey at the Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Jun 10, 2009. Photo: Nick Soveiko CC-BY-NC-SA.

BBC has announced that Don Airey will appear on the Bruce Dickinson Friday Rock Show on October 9. The show broadcasts between 21:00 and midnight on BBC Radio 6 and online, and will be available for online listening for 7 days after that.

Update [Oct 6]: The interview with Don was recorded last night and, according to the show producer “Don has a lot of great stories”. Tune in this Friday to BBC Radio 6.

Thanks to BraveWords for the heads up and to Ian Callaghan for the additional info.



8 Comments to “Don Airey on Bruce Dickinson Show”:

  1. 1
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Hopefully Don gets to shine in his own right and his solo efforts will get some more airplay.

    I wish there was a live recording of his tour early this year.

    One of the most enjoyable evenings in my gig career.

  2. 2
    Tracy Heyder aka Zero the Hero says:

    Come on DON. Come across as a Major Player in the Band. Please show that you are THE KEYBOARDIST in Deep Purple and not just a Session Player…..Do YOUR BAND justice and take hold. You have a new record yet to record. Make your presence KNOWN.

    Cheers.

  3. 3
    Sami says:

    Really liked his Light in The Sky-album, and yes, a live recording of the tour would be cool as I didn’t have a chance to be there myself…will catch him in december with DP though.
    What a year it is/ has been for a DP-/Rainbow-fan here in Finland: Graham Bonnet, OTR, Dio, current Purple…won’t get much better than that, eh. Mr. Bonnet really delivered, and RJD(pity that Goldy isn’t with him this time) & DP Mk VIII should be great/good and worth the money…have my doubts about OTR but will give them a fair chance & it will be interesting to see/hear Jurgen in action.

    Yeah, got carried away a bit, but no harm done, right.

  4. 4
    purplepriest1965 says:

    Hi sami

    Where did you get carried away?

    By buying all those tickets?

    It is a bit much in a short time.

    I dont like overdoses, festivals etc

    And I m fighting off flue like shit again…..

    Hopefully I ll make it the 24th when I m gonna see Over The Rainbow

    Still a pity I cant let Tony Carey sign some stuff now…….

    Have a good time during the gigs, Sami

    Cheers, Mark

  5. 5
    T says:

    #2

    Well said, Tracy.

  6. 6
    Sami says:

    Tracy, you put it very well. Mr. Airey really needs to make his presence known more…it’s DP after all, not just another band/session.

    Yeah, Mark, it’s a bit much but they’re not going to be

    around forever, so got to get my fix before they all retire.

    Just got a few more TC cd’s…I’m really starting to get

    into his music: melodic, thoughtful & witty.

    Get well soon, Cheers

  7. 7
    fra says:

    anyone have listened to the interview? there were a couple of funny bits

  8. 8
    purplepriest1965 says:

    @ 7

    Well, I did write an extensive review on that radiobroadcast which I listened the whole way through!

    But appearantly there was some problem at THS headquarters again.
    After I did push the POST button my post was gone, not put here and I saw the text from some time ago which said that all comments were closed!!!!!!

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