Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and current TALISMAN frontman Jeff Scott Soto will be singing at the QUEEN convention on Saturday, August 17th, in Cleveland, Ohio. This is what www.queenworld.com had to say about it:
"It's all VERY quiet around here at the moment, but it's getting very exciting for the second North American Convention in Cleveland.... we have now CONFIRMED our live music! Yippee! We have a band specially put together for the event known as LEROY BROWN featuring the one and only Jeff Scott Soto from LA and a Cleveland-based tribute band called DISCO INFERNO (don't worry about the name, although they are VERY well known in Cleveland for their disco tribute, they're all rock musicians at heart!). It's going to be brilliant and has now for me made what would have been a GREAT weekend, even GREATER! If you haven't booked yet then do so now - you wont want to miss this exciting weekend! We now have live music, disco, mime, karaoke, raffle, auction, personal band messages, Burns guitars demonstration, Jim Jenkins, quiz, swap meet and all the QUEEN music and videos you can handle - plus of course the chance to spend the entire weekend talking, singing and watching nothing BUT QUEEN with fellow fans."
For more information on the event, click here.
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