TheRightToRock.com has issued its latest podcast (episode #53) featuring ex-DREAM THEATER and current DOMINICI vocalist Charlie Dominici.The interview lasts approximately 60 minutes and can be heard at this location. DOMINICI's new album, entitled "O3: A Trilogy - Part 3", has just been released via InsideOut Music. Despite enjoying a successful career as a singer songwriter in the Sixties and Seventies, Charlie Dominici is known by many fans from his time with DREAM THEATER, with whom he recorded their debut album, "When Dream and Day Unite", in 1989. Dominici saw the successful transition of a young band called MAJESTY who became an international success. Having left the band in 1989, his artistic achievements within DREAM THEATER are undisputed to this day. Dominici received accolades from the fans when he reunited with his former bandmates for the 15th anniversary of "When Dream and Day Unite" in 2004.
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