QUEENSRŸCHE Frontman To Guest On METAL EXPRESS RADIO

QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Geoff Tate will be a guest DJ on Norway's Metal Express Radio this Thursday, December 14 at 15:00 and 21:00 CET (9 a.m./3 p.m. EST). During the one-hour program, Geoff will play his favorite tracks from some of the bands that influenced him personally as well as QUEENSRŸCHE in the early days. He will also talk about his approach to songwriting and will discuss what the future holds for the band.

For more information, visit www.MetalExpressRadio.com.

As previously reported, 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.

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