PRIMAL FEAR Members To Tour With 'Rock Meets Classic'

PRIMAL FEAR's Mat Sinner and Henny Wolter will take part in the upcoming "Rock Meets Classic" concerts in Germany and the Netherlands. 14 shows have been booked for January 2010 and will feature FOREIGNER's Lou Gramm, NAZARETH's Dan McCafferty and TOTO's Bobby Kimball backed by the "Rock Meets Classic" band and choir, which will consist of Wolter on guitar, Jimmy Kresic on keyboards, and Martin Schmidt on drums, plus Amanda Somerville (EPICA, AVANTASIA), Verena Schock and Tiffany Krikland on backing vocals. Maestro Philipp Maier from Dubai will write the arrangements and conduct the Prague Symphonic Orchestra while Sinner will direct the "Rock Meets Classic" band and choir. Mat says, "Look out for an exciting evening and songs like 'Cold As Ice', 'Juke Box Hero', 'Hold The Line', 'Africa', 'Love Hurts' and 'This Flight Tonight' with a brand new vibe!" He adds, "We're already in negotiations for more concerts and to continue the project in 2011."


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