QUEENSRŸCHE Perform Acoustically On 'Rockline'

QUEENSRŸCHE members Geoff Tate (vocals), Michael Wilton (guitar) and Mike Stone (guitar, backing vocals) were joined by guest singer Pamela Moore (the voice of "Sister Mary" on QUEENSRŸCHE's "Operation: Mindcrime" albums) for acoustic renditions of the tracks "Eyes of a Stranger", "The Mission" and "The Hands" as part of their appearance on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" on Wednesday (March 29). During the interview portion of the program, which lasted 90 minutes, Wilton revealed that he is still offering guitar lessons in the Seattle area every Tuesday at Northwest Guitars, which is located at 13107 NE 20th St. in Bellevue, WA (next door to Eastside Harley Davidson). More information is available at this location.

QUEENSRŸCHE's new album, "Operation: Mindcrime II", is scheduled for release on April 4 via Rhino. Legendary heavy metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio (BLACK SABBATH, DIO, RAINBOW) makes a guest appearance on the album as "Dr. X".


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