DREAM THEATER Frontman Schedules European Solo Tour Dates
DREAM THEATER frontman James LaBrie has lined up the following tour dates in support of his upcoming solo album, "Elements of Persuasion":
Apr. 24 - München, GER - Elser Zusatzhalle
Apr. 27 - Hamburg, GER - Markthalle
Apr. 28 - Düsseldorf, GER - Tor 3
May 02 - Aschaffenburg, GER - Colos-Saal
As previously reported, "Elements of Persuasion" is scheduled for release on March 15 via InsideOut Music. Musicians appearing on the album include Matt Guillory (DALI'S DILEMMA) on keyboards, Mike Mangini (EXTREME, ANNIHILATOR) on drums, Bryan Beller (STEVE VAI) on bass, and a new guitar prodigy from Italy named Marco Sfogli. The CD will also feature a special guest appearance by fellow Canadian Kim Mitchell (MAX WEBSTER). Engineering chores are being handled by James' old WINTER ROSE bandmate Richard Chycki who has done work for the likes of AEROSMITH, RUSH, and the JEFF HEALEY BAND.
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