MASTERPLAN To Tour Europe With GAMMA RAY

MASTERPLAN, the new band featuring ex-HELLOWEEN guitarist Roland Grapow, ex-HELLOWEEN drummer Uli Kusch and former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/ARK singer Jorn Lande, have been confirmed for the More Than Fest in Bansk√° Bystrica, Slovakia on September 6 and Roverfest in Moscow, Russia on October 17. "The concert in Slovakia will also feature GAMMA RAY and [will] probably [mark] the beginning of an upcoming tour with Kai Hansen's band which might go through South America in November and December, though there are no dates confirmed yet," reads a post on Grapow's web site. "On the recent [MASTERPLAN] headlining concerts in Japan, [the group] apparently [played] covers of 'Woman From Tokyo', 'Man On A Silver Mountain' and 'The Show Must Go On', but this is not official, and is yet to be confirmed."

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