DREAM THEATER Keyboardist To Perform With BLACKFIELD

DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess will be appearing on keyboards with the band BLACKFIELD at their East Coast acoustic shows next week. BLACKFIELD is the brain child of Steven Wilson of PORCUPINE TREE and Israeli singer/songwriter Aviv Geffen.

Commented Jordan: "BLACKFIELD's music is very melodic rock. When I heard this beautiful album I wrote a note of appreciation to my buddy, Steven Wilson. He told me the group was playing acoustic in New York. I had a vision of joining them on keys and now the vision has turned into reality and I'm programming like mad and learning the tunes. Hope to see you all next week."

BLACKFIELD with Jordan Rudess show dates:

Mar. 9th March - Boston, Middle East Club
Mar. 10th March - NYC, Canal Room
Mar. 12th March - Grape Street Pub, Philadelphia (early show - 7.30pm)
Mar. 14th March - Washington DC (Arlington), Iota Club

For more information about BLACKFIELD, visit www.blackfield.org.


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