DREAM THEATER's JAMES LABRIE Sings National Anthem At Hockey Game

October 19, 2003

DREAM THEATER's James LaBrie sang the U.S. National Anthem Saturday night (October 18) prior to the Memphis RiverKings-Fort Worth Brahmas hockey game at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Mississippi.

DREAM THEATER's new album, "Train Of Thought" (view cover here) is due on November 11 through Elektra Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence" was produced by guitarist John Petrucci and drummer Mike Portnoy, engineered by Doug Oberkircher, and was mixed by Kevin Shirley, who has previously worked with IRON MAIDEN, LED ZEPPELIN and JOURNEY, among others.

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