JOANovARC on Radio Verulam’s Drive Time Show

15:37 15 February 2014




Female rock band JOANovARC are performing acustically on Radio Verulam’s Drive Time Show at 5.30pm next Wednesday, February 19.

The Herts/London based outfit have a sound influenced by AC/DC, Joan Jett and Led Zeppelin and have recently recorded a new music video for their next single Live Rock N Roll which will be released shortly.

They have supported the likes of Top Loader, Marillion, Girl School, Slade and Bad Company’s Dave Colwell and are set for a busy 2014 touring in the Middle East, Europe and USA.

Their most recent single Stars is available to download on iTunes and they had a Stars remix playlisted on Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 show.

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