QUEENSRŸCHE Rides Again For Tucson Food Bank

QUEENSRŸCHE members Geoff Tate (vocals), Mike Stone (guitar) and Michael Wilton (guitar) will take part in a lunch and a meet-and-greet on Sunday, November 26 at 2:00 p.m. at:

Arizona Honda
4710 South Palo Verde Road Tucson
Phone: 520-748-7202

KLPX will be on hand to give out soundcheck passes to the first people to arrive. There will also be other prizes including an autographed leather motorcycle jacket. Please bring a food donation for Tucson Community Food Bank. Tate and Stone will also lead a motorcycle ride back to the venue. Also listen to QUEENSRŸCHE performing live acoustic on KLPX at 1:00 p.m.

Immergent Records has just released "Face to Face" — a DualDisc featuring songs from both QUEENSRŸCHE's "Tribe" (2003) album and Geoff Tate's self-titled solo effort (2002). More information is available at this location.

QUEENSRŸCHE recently announced plans to record and release a double live album recorded on its current "Operation: Mindcrime II" tour. Tentatively titled "Operation: LIVECrime II", the set will include a live production of the original "Mindcrime" on Disc 1 and a live production of "Mindcrime II" on Disc 2.


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