QUEENSRŸCHE: Tour Journal Updated

QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton has updated his "tour journal" with several lengthy entries from the band's most recent European run. Check it out here.

In related news, world-class singer Pamela Moore, best known for her vocal part as "Sister Mary" on QUEENSRŸCHE's classic, multi-platinum album "Operation Mindcrime", has put out a short collection of songs called "A Retrospective". "A Retrospective" is a collection of past work from the '90s and 2001.

Aside from live performances with QUEENSRŸCHE on their 2004 world tour, Pamela is writing music for her new full-length CD, to be released by the end of 2004. She has had the honor to perform backup on a few selected concerts with Paul Rodgers of BAD COMPANY and worked with many gifted performers and writers over the years such as Brian Johnson of AC/DC, Joe Cocker, to name a few.

For more information check out her web site. To order the new CD, click here.

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