DREAM THEATER Keyboardist To Perform At Berklee College of Music
RUDESS MORGENSTEIN PROJECT, the band featuring DREAM THEATER's Jordan Rudess on keyboards and Rod Morgenstein (ex-WINGER, DIXIE DREGS) on drums, will be performing at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA on August 5. The concert will be held at the Berklee Performance Center and starts at 8:15 p.m. Tickets are only $5.
Jordan will be releasing a solo album, "Rhythm of Time", on August 31 through Magna Carta Records in August 2004. It features Morgenstein on drums, Joe Satriani, Steve Morse (DEEP PURPLE, DIXIE DREGS), Vinnie Moore (UFO), Greg Howe and Daniel J on guitar with Dave Larue on bass, and guest vocals on two tracks by Kip Winger.
"Rhythm Of Time" (view cover here) track listing:
01. Time Crunch
02. Screaming Head
04. Beyond Tomorrow (with Kip Winger)
05. Bar Hopping With Mr Picky
06. What Four
08. Tear Before The Rain (with Kip Winger)
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