TeamRock Radio is to broadcast 52 radio shows hosted by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson which originally aired on BBC Radio 6 Music.
Starting this weekend The Bruce Dickinson Rock Show will go out on the airwaves at 6am every Saturday and Sunday, with the episodes ultimately being made available on demand via TeamRock’s website.
Says Moose, TeamRock’s head of radio: “Bruce Dickinson is an icon within the rock community and these programmes will be much sought after by our listeners. They will add to the enormous breadth of output we have at TeamRock Radio and what’s more, they can hear them on demand. What a great gift for rock fans the world over.”
TeamRock chairman John Myers added: “I am delighted that we have come to a deal where these programmes can he heard once again on the air and also on teamrock.com.”
The Bruce Dickinson Rock Show ran on BBC 6 Music for eight years, ceasing broadcasting in 2010. The show featured music and interviews with the cream of contemporary rock and metal music stars alongside classic acts.
TeamRock Radio is available via DAB, the TeamRock website and the TuneIn radio app.