Former MEGADETH Bandmates To Reunite For FRIEDMAN Solo Tour

Guitarist Marty Friedman will be joined by fellow ex-MEGADETH members David Ellefson (bass) and Jimmy DeGrasso (drums) when he hits the road around March 2003 in support of his upcoming "Music For Speeding" CD. The second guitarist slot is yet to be decided.

As previously reported, "Music For Speeding" is due early next year through Universal Records in Japan, Favored Nations in the U.S., and Mascot Records in Europe. According to Friedman's official web site, "fans of Marty's first solo album, 'Dragon's Kiss' & his aggressive playing in CACOPHONY & MEGADETH will freak out when they hear that style applied in Marty's new & more modern format. We here at the site feel that this is the kind of playing that Marty's fans wish that he had played for the last few years while he was in MEGADETH."


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