LIVING COLOUR: New Audio Interview With COREY GLOVER Available

A recent audio interview with LIVING COLOUR singer Corey Glover, conducted by Chris "Uncle Daddy Longlegs" Czynszak of NashvilleRock.net, has been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, a teaser video for LIVING COLOUR's long-awaited live DVD can be viewed at NWCMediaGroup.com (Quicktime 7 required).

Due in early 2006 via Sanctuary/Sony/BMG, the DVD was directed by Kwame Yao Anku and produced by Fouché in coordination with the New World Culture production team. Live performances throughout Europe and South America were filmed for the set, including this visually arresting performace at Estadio Obras in Buenos Aires, Argentina for over 4,000 fans.

LIVING COLOUR's latest studio CD, "Collideoscope", was released in September 2003 through Mayan Records/Sanctuary.

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