SAVATAGE Members To Perform Together For First Time In Eight Years
For the first time in eight years, bassist Johnny Lee Middleton and drummer Steve "Doc" Wacholz will join vocalist Jon Oliva and guitarist Chris Caffery on stage for the Criss Oliva 10th Anniversary Memorial Concert to remember and celebrate the life and contributions of Jon's brother, late SAVATAGE guitarist Christopher Michael Oliva.
The concert will take place on Friday, October 17, 2003 at the Green Parrot Pub in Largo, Florida and pre-show tickets for the event will go on sale Friday, August 1, 2003 through www.crissoliva.com. Proceeds will be donated in Criss' memory to the CADD/Alcohol Free Kids Organization. Special-edition, limited merchandise will be available at the show and will include an AVATAR DVD with a 25-minute-long memorial of Criss.
As most SAVATAGE fans know, in the early morning hours of October 17, 1993 Criss Oliva and his wife Dawn were en route to the Livestock Festival in Zephyrhills, Florida when tragedy struck. They were hit head-on by a drunk driver. Criss was killed and his wife Dawn suffered severe injuries. Fans mourned the loss of one of music's most gifted guitar players.
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