QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton and bassist Eddie Jackson, along with female vocalist Pamela Moore (best known for her performance as Sister Mary on QUEENSRŸCHE's 1988 epic release "Operation: Mindcrime" and 2006's sequel "Operation: Mindcrime II"), will join WINDOWPANE on stage tonight (Friday, March 16) at Studio Seven in Seattle, Washington. The evening will also feature the premiere of WINDOWPANE's video for the song "House Of Cards".
Wilton, Jackson and Moore previously performed the QUEENSRŸCHE classic "Jet City Woman" with WINDOWPANE on January 27 at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle.
Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.
WINDOWPANE is the Seattle-based hard rock band whose sound is described in a press release as "unique, gritty and dark, tailored with an angry blues essence that dances with loose and powerful grooves worthy of the classic rock icons."
WINDOWPANE supported QUEENSRŸCHE on their fall 2011 U.S. tour.
The band's latest album, "Daybreak", was produced by Brett Eliason (PEARL JAM, MAD SEASON, NEIL YOUNG, AUDIOSLAVE, R.E.M.).
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