BILLY SHEEHAN: New Audio Interview Posted Online

Explicitly Intense magazine recently conducted an interview with legendary bassist Billy Sheehan (MR. BIG, NIACIN, TALAS, DAVID LEE ROTH). The chat is now available for streaming at this location.

The reunited original lineup of MR. BIG will release "Budokan - Reunion Tour 2009" in Japan on CD/DVD and Blu-ray on September 9. The set features footage of the band's June 20, 2009 performance at Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.

For more information, visit CDJapan.

MR. BIG released a new "best-of" album titled "Next Time Around" on April 29 through WHD Entertaiment. The collection includes songs that were voted on by fans and contains two previously unreleased songs, "Next Time Around" (2009 remastered version) and "Hold Your Head Up" (2009 remastered version). It was made available as a limited deluxe edition with a bonus DVD.

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