Former IMPELLITTERI Singer To Perform In Orlando

September 9, 2003

Former IMPELLITTERI frontman Rob Rock and his RAGE OF CREATION band will be appearing at the re-opening of the Station club on Saturday, September 27 in Orlando, Florida. Rock and the band "will perform on their brand new state-of-the-art stage with spectacular sound and lights, and a completely brand new concert venue," reads a post on the singer's web site. "This venue promises to be a huge asset to the Orlando music scene."

The Station is located at 843 Lee Road in Orlando. For more information, call: 407-645-4558.

Rock's second solo album, "Eyes Of Eternity", was released in June through Germany's Massacre Records. The follow-up to 2000's "Rage Of Creation" was produced, arranged, and mixed by Roy Z. (HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON, HELLOWEEN).

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