Hard-Fi, The Ordinary Boys and Dead 60s to celebrate launch of Virgin Radio Xtreme

The band will hit London next week

Virgin Radio Xtreme has launched, offering listeners the best in new music (September 19).

The station kicked off at 12.15pm on September 5, with a top ten of songs picked by new band fans with The Dead 60’s’ ‘Riot Radio’ as the first track to hit the airwaves.

Hard-Fi, The Ordinary Boys and The Dead 60’s are now set to celebrate the launch of Virgin Radio Extreme with an exclusive gig.

The bands will play at London’s Mean Fiddler next Monday (September 19) to mark the introduction of the new station.

Presenter Steve Harris said of Virgin Radio Extreme: “Virgin Radio Xtreme promises to be truly alternative. To be able to play new music all day and all night with no boundaries is so exciting. Virgin Radio Xtreme is for people like me, who go to gigs every night and spend every last penny on records. It’s gonna be great.”

Virgin Radio Xtreme can be heard on Sky 938, in London on DAB Digital Radio and via www.virginradioxtreme.co.uk.