GEOFF TATE Performs At 101.5 WPDH Studio (Video)

Geoff Tate, the legendary QUEENSRŸCHE frontman and one of the most acclaimed vocalists in the history of hard rock and heavy metal, and his solo band took part in an interview and acoustic performance Saturday afternoon, October 20 at the studios of 101.5 WPDH (The Home Of Rock ‘N’ Roll) in Poughkeepsie, New York before the group’s show later that night at The Chance theater. The interview was conducted by Saturday afternoon host Liz Foxx while the video (see below) was taken WPDH night jock Tigman and friend Pauly Walnuts.

Tate‘s setlist for The Chance theater show:

01. Forever
02. Off The TV
03. Sacred Ground
04. Disconnected
05. The Way I Roll
06. Flood
07. Helpless
08. Out Of Mind
09. Real World
10. Another Rainy Night
11. Bridge
12. The Killing Words
13. Til There Was You
14. Dark Money
15. Take A Bullet
16. Say U Luv It
17. Got It Bad
18. In The Dirt
19. The Thin Line
20. Grain Of Faith

–Encore –

21. Silent Lucidity
22. Jet City Woman
23. Eyes Of A Stranger

Tate‘s second solo album, “Kings Thieves”, will be released on November 6 via InsideOut Music.

“My goal with this record was to make a solid rock album,” said Tate. “I wanted it to be an album that I could play live that would be both satisfying and fun, because, as a singer, you need to create a show that has a lot of dynamics to it and takes people on a ride.”

Tate previously told AnthologySD.com about the musical direction of his forthcoming CD, “Well, it’s very different from my last one, for sure. It’s a new bunch of people I’ve been working with to write and record it, so that changes things. When you’re working with different people, it really changes the record. This one is really hard rock. The last one was really all over the place with different styles of music and everything, but this one really keeps with the hard rock style. It does it in kind of a different way — more of my way or what I would envision. I guess it’s experimental in some ways, while in others it’s very traditional. What I tried to do was take traditional rock instrumentation and apply it in kind of a different song structure.”

Tate released his first solo CD in 2002 on Sanctuary Records. Self-titled, the LP was a huge departure from the work he had previously done with QUEENSRŸCHE.

“Helpless” performance (from Geoff‘s first solo album):

 

“Silent Lucidity” performance (QUEENSRŸCHE):

 

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