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Old 09-29-2006, 08:06 PM   #1
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Thought maybe someone might like to see these. A friend rode with Geoff Tate and Mike Stone of Queensryche from Austin to Houston and sent me a few pics. The band partnered with Buell to raise funds for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

Ty said the group was whittled down to a tenacious few (10) because not long after the ride started the band members pulled ahead and left most of the group behind. No offense to any dedicated Queensryche fans, but what a gimpy thing to do.
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Old 09-29-2006, 08:10 PM   #2
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Man their so old I don't think any one here knows who they are!

They did kick in the 80s early 90s!
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They're still alive? I've seen them live (twice I think) I think they opened for Metallica once in '88? And also saw them when they headlined at the Summit w/ Suicidal Tendencies as the opening act.


(OT)ST was cool as . They pulled up with in a van while we were all waiting outside. They had ice chests full of Pepsi and boxes of pizza. Mike Muir, Rocky George etc. they also handed out demo tapes. Got my auto-graphed by all of 'em
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Old 09-30-2006, 12:27 AM   #4
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Yeah, they are still around. Got to see them way, way, way back in the day at the Sam Houston Coloseum. And my friends band Helstar also played at that gig. Foggy memories of those days. hehehe
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Yeah, they are still around. Got to see them way, way, way back in the day at the Sam Houston Coloseum. And my friends band Helstar also played at that gig. Foggy memories of those days. hehehe

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Key word there is FOGGY!! hehe. That was 20 odd years ago actually 1982 when I met James Rivera.
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Hi All,

Thought maybe someone might like to see these. A friend rode with Geoff Tate and Mike Stone of Queensryche from Austin to Houston and sent me a few pics. The band partnered with Buell to raise funds for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

Ty said the group was whittled down to a tenacious few (10) because not long after the ride started the band members pulled ahead and left most of the group behind. No offense to any dedicated Queensryche fans, but what a gimpy thing to do.
Was this a ride on the Buells from Austin to Houston? That would have been cool:notworthy
Sorry, but I woulda pulled away to get some breathing room from the fans too.
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