ON TAP w/ Nik Carter

ON TAP w/ Nik Carter

KLH’s ON TAP with NIK CARTER
Monday-Friday, 7p to Midnight

CLASSIC ROCK was always about more than hit songs. It’s about albums, the stories behind the songs, and rare tracks. You’ll now be able to tap into the deep archives of VH1 during KLH’s ON TAP with NIK CARTER presented by VH1 CLASSIC, weeknights at 7!

From the Stones to Van Halen, Pink Floyd to ZZ Top, Nik will welcome rock royalty to his Rock Bar (in the heart of NYC’s Times Square) for interviews and performances.

Plus, you’ll have unprecedented access to the expansive VH1 archive of exclusive musical performances & interviews from the vaults of Storytellers, Unplugged, and more.

The party continues online with the interactive On Tap website and social network pages featuring daily updates on artists with exclusive audio, video and photos.

Nik Carter not only has an impressive resume in rock radio, he is also a true fan of Classic Rock.  ON TAP will fit right in to ‘KLH’s “fabric” of rare performances and artist insights heard daily and on shows like Rock ‘n Roll Roots with Steve Palec and Downstairs Dan’s Rarities.

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