YNGWIE MALMSTEEN'S RISING FORCE: NAMM Performance To Be Made Available For Viewing

YNGWIE MALMSTEEN'S RISING FORCE will play a 30-minute set at Frontline Live Studio starting at 12:00 p.m. PST today (Sunday, January 21) as part of the NAMM show. The performance for Fender Guitars will be filmed, edited post-show (after 5:00 p.m.) and uploaded for viewing at these locations:


Universal Japan released a limited-edition YNGWIE MALMSTEEN box set, "Complete Box Polydor Years", on December 13, 2006. The six-disc set includes Malmsteen's complete full-length original album recordings in cardboard sleeve format: "Rising Force" (1984), "Marching Out" (1985), "Trilogy" (1986), "Odyssey" (1988), "Trial By Fire: Live In Leningrad" (1989) and "Eclipse" (1990). It includes 63 songs total, and comes with a deluxe book and sticker.

Video footage of Yngwie Malmsteen's December 14, 2006 press conference in Helsinki, Finland has been posted online at this location. Photos taken at Yngwie's gig on December 15, 2006 at Teatria in Oulu, Finland are available at Mesta.net (courtesy of Jouni Hirn).

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As previously reported, Malmsteen was interviewed for an interactive news web site in Singapore called STOMP during his recent visit to the country. Watch the interview and live performance clips by following these links:

Interview Pt. 1
Interview Pt. 2
Performance Pt. 1 ("Demon Driver")
Performance Pt. 2 ("Rising Force")


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