April 5, 2007 12:52

Damon Albarn becomes a DJ

Manic Street Preachers sign up for radio show

Damon Albarn becomes a DJ
Damon Albarn is set to front his own radio show.

The singer, currently fronting The Good, The Bad & The Queen, will present a programme on XFM this Sunday (April 8) at 9pm.

During the two-hour show he will take listeners on a “tour of his personal record collection”.

Manic Street Preachers are also set to be guest DJs on the station on May 6.

Frontman James Dean Bradfield said: "Although we have spent many hours in radio studios over the years, this will be the first time that we have actually been handed the reins to chat about and play the music that we are passionate about."

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