Brian Howe, best known as the vocalist in the late 1980s/early 1990s incarnation of BAD COMPANY, will be the special guest on the April 2-8 edition of the "Hard Rock Nights" show. Howe will talk about his new solo album, "Circus Bar", his work with Ted Nugent on the "Penetrator" album, and his time in BAD COMPANY. He will also speak about the decision to rerecord two BAD COMPANY songs, "Holy Water" and "How 'Bout That", on his solo record.
"Hard Rock Nights" is a weekly syndicated radio program heard on a number of rock and metal stations. Go to this location for a full list of stations and times.
Brian Howe reently took part in four concerts in Kuwait and Iraq, including a "command performance" for the historic "Change of Command Ceremony" in Baghdad on March 12, 2010.
The Brian Howe Kuwait/Iraq mini-tour was funded (and supported) by the U.S. forces' Iraq entertainment branch.
The "Change of Command Ceremony" marked the day the Iraq national police took partial command of Baghdad and it was the first phase of President Obama's overall withdrawal of U.S. troops — Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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