According to a posting on, MEGADETH's Dave Mustaine was seen earlier today (Wednesday, November 5) visiting the Marshall factory in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, UK and was later out to dinner with the Marshall family.

Mustaine will be joined by bassist Marco Mendoza (THIN LIZZY, WHITESNAKE, TED NUGENT) and MEGADETH drummer Shawn Drover for a performance at this year's Guitarfest at Music Live (the UK's favorite music-making bash) on Friday, November 7. Mustaine is allowing punters to create his setlist for the show by voting for their favorite MEGADETH songs. According to a posting on the MEGADETH web site, the jam session "will be a laid-back improv and not an actual concert performance."

Voters should email [email protected] with the title of their desired 'DETH track in the subject box of the e-mail (i.e., not in the body).

Music Live takes place at Birmingham's NEC November 7-9, and Mustaine will be in attendance throughout the show for signing sessions on the Marshall amplification stand.

Joint tickets for Guitarfest and Music Live are priced at £20 and available from


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