DREAM THEATER's JAMES LABRIE Sings National Anthem: Audio Available

An audio recording of DREAM THEATER vocalist James LaBrie singing the U.S. National Anthem prior to the Memphis RiverKings-Fort Worth Brahmas hockey game on Oct. 18 at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Mississippi is available for download in MP3 format at this location.

As previously reported, LaBrie recently traveled to Electric Castle studios in Holland to lay down his vocals on the new AYREON CD, "The Human Equation", tentatively due in May 2004 through an as-yet-undetermined label. James can also be heard on the new FRAMESHIFT CD, "Unweaving the Rainbow", available since late November through Progrock Records. DREAM THEATER will kick off their European headlining tour on January 16 in Manchester, England.

(Thanks: Rob Bowen / JamesLaBrie.com)


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