METAL CHURCH Frontman Sings SAVATAGE Classic With JON OLIVA'S PAIN; Video Available

METAL CHURCH frontman Ronny Munroe joined JON OLIVA'S PAIN on stage at Bay Area Rock Fest on May 5, 2007 in San Francisco for a rendition of the SAVATAGE classic "Hall of the Mountain King". Watch video footage of this classic performance below.

Bay Area Rock Fest was a two-day progressive rock and metal festival which took place May 4-5 at The Independent in San Francisco. Over 300 people attended the inaugural event, which featured additional performances by CRIMSON GLORY, SPOCK'S BEARD, ENCHANT, BALANCE OF POWER, MOB RULES, ZERO HOUR, TIMELINE and ODIN'S COURT.


Munroe recently finalized the lineup for his solo project. He has recruited his former ROTTWEILLER bandmates Rick Van Zandt on guitar, Izzy Rehaume on bass and Doug Marapodi on drums along with Q5/TKO/NIGHTSHADE guitarist Rick Pierce. Ronny is currently working on demo songs for his new CD, tentatively due later in the year. Look for Ronny Munroe's band to do some warm-up dates in September along with playing at the upcoming Cliveaid on September 22 at the Los Angeles Forum.

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