METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich will be taking over local radio station KBPI in Denver, Colorado Thursday night (July 31) from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Mountain Time. This show will be broadcasted live to various stations across the U.S. (11:00 p.m. EST, 8:00 p.m. PST)

Here is a partial list of participating radio stations. Please check with your local station to see if they are carrying this show:

WXTB Tampa, FL
KRQC Omaha, NE
KDAG Farmington, NM
WBFX Grand Rapids, Mi
WTFX-FM Louisville, KY
KSDN FM Aberdeen, SD
WTUE Dayton, OH
KXRX-FM 97 Tri Cities, WA
KURQ San Luis Obispo, CA
WBZT-FM Greenville-Spartanburg, SC
KSJO San Francisco, CA
WOUR Utica, NY
KBAZ Missoula, MT
WTKX Pensacola, FL/Mobile, AL
KXLP Mankato, MN
WTAO-FM Marion/Carbondale, IL
KFLY Eugene/Springfield, OR
WKQQ Lexington, KY
WNVE-FM Rochester, NY
WVRK-FM Columbus, GA
KEGL Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
WKLS Atlanta, GA
KLOL Houston, TX
KCPX-FM (Channel 1057) Salt Lake City, UT
KFNK Seattle, WA
KRZZ Wichita, KS


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