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Bruce plays the latest and best hard rock, metal and punk sounds, plus he talks to tough folk artist Ricky Warwick about working as a solo artist and recording Irish music in LA.

'Tough Folk' artist Ricky Warwick joins Bruce.

Originating from Northern Ireland, Ricky bought his first guitar at 14, influenced by the likes of Johnny Cash, Steve Earl and the Bruce Springsteen. In 1988 he helped form punk band The Almighty who gained chart success and shared the stage with the likes of the Ramones, Alice in Chains and Metallica.

Since 2002 Ricky has embarked in a more acoustic direction, concentrating on his solo career, returning once again to his teenage inspirations.

He comes in to tell Bruce about working as a solo artist and recording Irish music in LA for his new record Belfast Confetti.

3 hours

Music Played

  • Scorpions

    Lovedrive

  • Zebrahead

    We're Not A Cover Band, We're a Tribute Band

  • We Are the Ocean

    Look Alive

  • Atreyu

    Bleeding Is A Luxury

  • Stiff Kittens

    Sky Fall Down

  • SOiL

    The Lesser Man

  • Black Sabbath

    Country Girl

  • Heaven & Hell

    Eating The Cannibals

  • Warrior Soul

    Superpower Dreamland

  • The Hicks

    Trippin' Hippy

  • Gallows

    Misery

  • Girlschool

    20th Century Boy

  • Killswitch Engage

    Take Me Away

  • The Morning After

    Hell & High Water

  • It Dies Today

    Miss October

  • Mastodon

    Oblivion

  • Queen

    Ogre Battle

  • Rush

    Spirit Of Radio

  • Dream Theater

    As I Am

  • Edenshade

    Caress

  • Stormlord

    Legacy Of The Snake

  • DevilDriver

    Back With A Vengeance

  • Overkill

    Evil Never Days

  • Amon Amarth

    The Slopes Of Death

  • Swallow the Sun

    These Woods Breathe Evil

  • The Almighty

    Jonestown Mind

  • Ricky Warwick

    The Arms Of Belfast

  • Ricky Warwick

    Can't Wait For Tomorrow

  • Slayer

    Mandatory Suicide

  • Slayer

    Raining Blood

  • Slayer

    Angel Of Death

  • Baroness

    A Horse Called Golgotha

  • Chuck Mosley

    Tractor

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