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About Queensrÿche
Genres:
Metal, Hard Rock, Prog-Rock
Band Members:
Todd LaTorre - Lead Vocals; , Michael Wilton - Guitar; , Eddie Jackson - Bass; , Scott Rockenfield - Drums; , Parker Lundgren - Guitar, Casey Grillo - Drums
Hometown:
Bellevue, WA

Queensrÿche first burst onto the music scene in 1982 with the release of their self-titled 4 song EP Queensrÿche. They very quickly gained international recognition and p...
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Our European tour starts in a few weeks! Do you have tickets yet?
Posted by Queensrÿche
5 months ago
Our European tour starts in a few weeks! Do you have tickets yet?
Posted by Queensrÿche
5 months ago
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Fan Live Reviews
Great show! Queensryche were as expected very very good. Todd is an awesome singer and sings the Geoff Tate’s songs with ease. The Set list was a little short at 14 songs but with Firewind (How good is Gus G !!!) and Dark Sky Choir also supporting it was a great three band package.
It was a great concert. Queensrÿche played a mix of new and classic songs and the musicians were great. The only problem I saw was the venue’s food. That needs improvement and better and healthier options. We stayed there for over 6 hours and needed to eat, but there was not a single meatless or cheeseless option. Not vegan or heath friendly.
Rick
Kitchener, Canada@
On The Grand
July 7th 2019
Loved this show. Been a Queensrÿche fan for a long long time and have seen them live many times. They still put on a fantastic show, in fact one of the best I’ve seen in a long time. Great mix of old and new music and the band seemed to be running pretty tight. All in all fantastic show. Highly recommend seeing them if you get the opportunity!
Rich Fullmer
West Wendover, NV@
Peppermill Concert Hall
April 28th 2019
Killed it! Being a longtime fan, (since the beginning), I still love to see them play. I do miss DGarmo, Rockenfield, etc. but I have embraced Parker Lundgren, Casey, and I have to say that Todd does a stellar job representing the old material, as well as delivering the new material! Also love the new album!!
Eddie
San Antonio, TX@
The Aztec Theater
March 24th 2019
Show was a freakin blast, old jams and new, the rocked it out bad ass, the guitar harmony was flawless, Todd kept crowd cheered up, he can sing his ass off, was the best and hope they keep on as long as they can do it. Eddie J and Michael Wilton hold-in it together and jammin for us, thanks you do what we love.
Kevin
Houston, TX@
House of Blues Houston
March 23rd 2019
Another outstanding show from one of the most iconic progressive metal bands ever. Despite a massive rift in the band that fomented the ouster of original vocalist Geoff Tate almost eight years ago, Queensryche have carried on and continued to put out albums with their technically powerful sound and thought provoking lyrics. Vocalist Todd DeLatorrie has firmly established himself as the new frontman as evidenced by his performance onstage and on new album The Verdict. Equally impressive is the fact that he laid down the drum tracks on the new LP in lieu of the indefinite absence of original drummer Scott Rockenfield! By the way, if you haven’t heard The Verdict yet, do yourself a favor and check it out. It is the best album by the band with Todd on vocals and holds up well with many of the QR classics. The new songs translated well live and mixed right into the setlist seamlessly with the legendary songs. The only reason I did not give this performance five stars is the absence of the aforementioned Rockenfield. Don’t get me wrong; Casey Grillo is a more than adequate replacement and a great drummer in his own right. However, as a Queensryche fan since the release of 1983’s self-titled EP and a drummer myself, Scott Rockenfield was a huge influence on me as a young musician and is still one of my favorite drummers. So, I feel a little is lost live without him. But, this in no way diminishes my impassioned support for a band that in so many ways has been the ever used cliche’ ‘soundtrack to my life’. Can’t wait to see them again!
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About Queensrÿche
Genres:
Metal, Hard Rock, Prog-Rock
Band Members:
Todd LaTorre - Lead Vocals; , Michael Wilton - Guitar; , Eddie Jackson - Bass; , Scott Rockenfield - Drums; , Parker Lundgren - Guitar, Casey Grillo - Drums
Hometown:
Bellevue, WA

Queensrÿche first burst onto the music scene in 1982 with the release of their self-titled 4 song EP Queensrÿche. They very quickly gained international recognition and p...
Read More