RATT Guitarist, Violinist RACHEL BARTON PINE To Perform With ULI JON ROTH Tonight

RATT guitarist and Warren DeMartini and acclaimed classical violinist Rachel Barton Pine are scheduled to join legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth on stage tonight (Sunday, October 5) at the House of Blues in Chicago, Illinois.

Uli Jon Roth has just released his first real rock record since 1985's "Beyond The Astral Skies" in Japan via Marquee Records. Entitled "Under A Dark Sky", the CD is the first official release in the long-awaited series of Symphonic Legends, which is a cycle of music written by Uli for his all-encompassing SKY OF AVALON project. Fans of the SCORPIONS and Uli Jon Roth alike will be in awe of the guitar master once again as he delivers his next masterpiece.

Video footage of Rachel Barton Pine and cellist Mike Block performing Rachel's arrangement of "Cowboys From Hell" by PANTERA for a faculty concert at Mark O'Connor's Strings Conference in San Diego on July 31, 2008 can be viewed below.


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