Inside The Atomic Arena of Barren Cross
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Barren Cross played the inaugural Immortal Christian Rock Festival over Labor Day weekend and Chris Jericho was there to host a special Q+A prior to the band’s first live performance in 10 years! All four original band members participated – singer Michael Drive, bassist Jim LaVerde, guitarist Ray Parris, and drummer Steve Whittaker. They talk about how they got started, being influenced by bands like Iron Maiden, their first time in the recording studio after raising the money from their family and friends to pay for the time, and how that first recording landed them their initial record deal. They share the story about being signed by Enigma Records (home to Stryper), buying the run down, old UPS truck they turned into their touring bus, and dealing with the backlash they got from the Christian community. Please support our sponsors! Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at https://www.mintmobile.com/jericho Toyota: Visit https://toyota.com/GRFamily to find your perfect Toyota! FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000 Cynch: download the Cynch app or go https://www.cynch.com/ and get your first tank exchange for $10 with code JERICHO. Bosch Tools: learn more at https://www.boschtools.com/us/en/ SlingTV: check out https://www.sling.com/ for special offers STAY CONNECTED: TikTok: @TalkIsJericho Instagram: @talkisjericho @chrisjerichofozzy Twitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJericho YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisJerichoFozzy https://www.webisjericho.com/
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