AIRBOURNE: New Video Interview With JOEL O'KEEFFE Available
Nikki Blakk of San Francisco's 107.7 The Bone radio station conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Joel O'Keeffe of the Australian hard rock band AIRBOURNE on July 12, 2008 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (where the band was performing as part of the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival). Watch the eight-minute chat below.
AIRBOURNE's new video for the song "Runnin' Wild" — featuring a special cameo by MOTÖRHEAD mainman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister — was shot with director Nathan Cox, who has previously worked with QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, MARILYN MANSON and LINKIN PARK, among others. The track is the title cut of the group's new album, which landed at No. 106 on The Billboard 200 chart in the U.S. after shifting 7,000 units in its first week of release. The CD has sold 47,000 copies in the United States so far, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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