Lana Lane and Erik Norlander will launch their 2002 world tour with a special warm up concert at the world-famous Troubadour, Monday, April 22, 2002, in West Hollywood, California. This will be their only US appearance on the tour, and they have arranged a very special musician line-up to deliver their usual 2-1/2 hour concert. As follows:
Lana Lane - vocals
Erik Norlander - keyboards
Arjen Anthony Lucassen - guitar
Don Schiff - Stick
Vinny Appice - drums
This Troubadour show will be Arjen Lucassen's first live United States appearance, and Vinny Appice's first live appearance with the band. Songs from each of Lana and Erik's albums will be played as well as some additional music from the ROCKET SCIENTISTS and AYREON catalogs.
In the spirit of Pink Floyd and similar art rock artists, a video artist will also accompany the band displaying images and animations above the stage.
Showtime is 9:00 PM, doors open at 8:00. Tickets for this show will be available through Ticketmaster starting on Friday, March 22.
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