THE GATHERING To Perform At Benefit Concert, Contribute Unreleased Song To Tribute CD

On Sunday, October 17, 2004, Holland's THE GATHERING will pay their respect to late Arnoudt Pieters, drummer of the CORDS and TELEFUNK, by performing at the Songs for a Silver Surfer mini-festival at the Burgerweeshuis in Deventer. On this day, a special tribute CD will be available with all the bands on it that are participating in the event. THE GATHERING's contribution to the CD will be an unreleased song called "Thunder Without Frequencies", which was previously used on an educational CD-ROM. Following the benefit concert, the CD will be available for purchase via THE GATHERING's e-shop at this location.

Pieters died on July 31 unexpectedly in the U.K. where he and his family had just moved to. All proceeds of the benefit will go to his wife Simone Holsbeek and their children.


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