On Friday March 16th the Saw Doctors will be guests on the popular US radio show, Imus in the Morning, which is syndicated to more than 80 radio stations across the States to an audience of 10 million listeners.
As well as the radio broadcast, Imus in the Morning is simulcast on the cable channel, MSNBC, which has a National television audience of 62 million homes in the US.
Don Imus was the guest of Larry King on his CNN show recently.
On March 16th, he will interview Dave Carton and Leo Moran, as well as introducing four live tracks by the Saw Doctors—he has specifically requested My Heart is Living in the Sixties, the song from the second Saw Doctors album All the Way from Tuam.
The March 16th show of Imus in the Morning will be recorded at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. After the recording, the Saw Doctors will travel to New York City for their big Roseland Ballroom show that evening (March 16th).
They will play eight shows in the USA in March with their new drummer, Jim Higgins, including two concerts in Chicago (The Metro) on March 9th and 10th, two in Boston (The Paradise) on March 13th and 14th, and a St. Patrick’s Day concert at the Calvin Theatre, Northampton, Maryland.