April 27, 2009 --
IF he ever stops making "24," Kiefer Sutherland has a back-up career.
The hard-partying actor, who founded indie record label Iron Works,
has been spotted entertaining radio hosts from St. Louis to Portland
in attempt to get his bands airtime.
Most recently, Sutherland was at Angels & Kings in Chicago,
picking up a tab for 10 after a night of sipping J&B scotch.
"He was there promoting his band Billy Boy on Poison," said his rep.