TESLA: New Audio Interview With BRIAN WHEAT Available
A 10-minute audio interview with TESLA bassist Brian Wheat conducted by Norway's Metal Express Radio (web site) before the band's recent gig in Indianapolis has been posted online at this location.
Video footage of TESLA performing a cover of UFO's "Rock Bottom" at the Best Buy store in Phoenix, Arizona on June 5, 2007 has been posted at YouTube.
Capital Chaos TV has posted video footage of TESLA performing the TRAFFIC classic "Dear Mr. Fantasy" during their free CD-release show on May 31, 2007 at the Cesar Chavez Park in downtown Sacramento, California. Watch the clip at YouTube.
A nine-minute audio interview with TESLA bassist Brian Wheat, conducted on June 5, 2007 by Doug Podell of Detroit's WRIF 101.1 FM, has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).
TESLA's video for its cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Thank You" has been posted at YouTube. The song is the first single off TESLA's covers album, "Real to Reel", which was released on June 5 on the band's Tesla Electric Company Recordings (Ryko Distribution).
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