Former RAINBOW Singer Comments On URIAH HEEP Tour
Former RAINBOW and current YNGWIE MALMSTEEN singer Doogie White has commented on his upcoming U.K. tour supporting URIAH HEEP with a band called WHITE NOISE. While Doogie is in America, WHITE NOISE — who consist of members of MOSTLY AUTUMN — are rehearsing up a set of RAINBOW songs from Doogie's time with Ritchie Blackmore as well as a couple of surprises.
Commented Doogie: "The offer to do the HEEP shows came right out the blue a day before I arrived in the States. HEEP's manager asked if I would do the shows with the MOSTLY AUTUMN guys and gals and it seemed like fun. I will get to sing songs that I never thought I would sing ever again, which will be great. I toured with HEEP when I was in MIDNIGHT BLUE. Hmmmm… Maybe we should do a MIDNIGHT BLUE song..."
WHITE NOISE supporting URIAH HEEP:
Oct. 29 - Edinburgh Liquid Rooms - Edinburgh, UK
Oct. 30 - Carlisle Sands Centre - Carlisle, UK
Oct. 31 – Academy - Manchester, UK
Nov. 01 - Liverpool Academy - Liverpool, UK
Nov. 02 - Leas Cliff Hall - Folkestone, UK
Nov. 03 - Birmingham Academy - Birmingham, UK
Nov. 04 - Colston Hall - Bristol, UK
Nov. 05 - TBA, UK
Nov. 06 - Magician's Birthday Party 2004, Shepherd's Bush Empire - London, UK
Nov. 09 - Beau Sejour Centre, St. Peter Port - Guernsey, UK
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