More Fans Rocking With QUEENSRŸCHE; Video Footage Available

Mark Chasen, the lead singer of the Somerdale, New Jersey-based rock band MOTORNATURE (MySpace), and Litsa Olsson, who apparently works as a real-state agent in the Lynnwood, Washington area, got a chance to rock with QUEENSRŸCHE during their February 9, 2008 concert at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City, NJ and February 29, 2008 show at Big Easy in Spokane, WA, respectively.

Chasen and Olsson were among the three vocalists in each city that were selected to sing karaoke versions of either "Synchronicity II" (THE POLICE), "Welcome To The Machine" (PINK FLOYD), or "Neon Knights" (BLACK SABBATH). The crowd voted for Mark and Litsa by their enthusiastic response after they rocked "Neon Knights" and Chasen and Olsson both got a chance to play the song live with QUEENSRŸCHE during the band's set in their respective cities.

Watch video footage of the performances below.

Mark Chasen singing with QUEENSRŸCHE - February 9, 2008 at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City, NJ:

Litsa Olsson singing with QUEENSRŸCHE - February 29, 2008 at Big Easy in Spokane, WA:


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