QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Geoff Tate joined the TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA onstage at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington on December 6 for a rendition of the QUEENSRŸCHE hit "Silent Lucidity". A short video clip of the second half of the solo through the end of the song is available on YouTube at this location.
As previously reported, ZRock has posted photos of QUEENSRŸCHE's "Operation: Mindcrime II" tour finale at the House of Blues in Anaheim, CA on December 2.
Showcasing the 1988 masterpiece "Operation: Mindcrime" and the 2006 sequel "Operation: Mindcrime II" in their entirety, Geoff Tate and company took fans on a three-hour journey of rock, revenge, and redemption. Joined onstage by a cast of characters, including Pamela Moore as Sister Mary, QUEENSRŸCHE presented a multi-dimensional experience of all that is "Mindcrime", including the answer to "Who Killed Mary?"
After performing both albums back to back, the band returned for a two-song encore. After launching a searing "Empire", Geoff Tate took a moment to thank fans everywhere for their support. As this was the final night of the tour, Tate said the band would be heading for home the next day and ended it all with a song about going home: "Jet City Woman".
Check out the photos at www.zrock.com.
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