November 3, 2005

Former MEGADETH guitarist Marty Friedman's web site has been updated with the following message:

"The album Marty recorded with Aikawa Nanase, 'R.U.O.K.', will be released next week on November 9.

"In his first and second music video appearance with Aikawa Nanase, filming for ultra-high-energy rock tracks 'R.U.O.K.' and 'Everybody Goes' wrapped up this week.

"Marty is to appear with Aikawa Nanase on NHK 'Pop-Jam' and also at the second annual Asia Song Festival in Korea on November 11 with other top artists from all over Asia.

"Those of you with access to Sky PerfecTV! pay-per-view, be sure not to miss Marty's spectacular performances with Aikawa Nanase, as well as Kirito! Go to www.ppvj.co.jp for more info.

"Two radio specials with Yoshio Nomura will be taped for Tokyo FM.

"The December issue of Sound Designer features a cover story with Marty and exclusive interview.

"Marty will make a special appearance at Stigmata in Harajuku on November 27 as 'shop owner for a day' from 1PM to 2PM. Stigmata is a division of Sexy Dynamite London, which is the shop that designs the majority of the clothes that Marty wears on television, in concert and in recent print media.

"Marty's show in Nagoya on November 6 with Suzuki Ami will be filmed for a live DVD. If you are a fan of Marty or Ami (or both?),you will not want to miss it!

"Marty fans in Latin speaking countries will want to check out Marty's monthly feature, 'Sinfonia de Ejecucion' in Musico Pro magazine.

"You all will want to pick up a 2006 D'Addario calendar as Marty is the September artist. Other artists include Marty faves Allison from the DONNAS and Lenny Kravitz."

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