JOE LYNN TURNER, JEFF SCOTT SOTO To Perform At 'Rock & Pop Masters' Concert In Florida

Joe Lynn Turner (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW) and Jeff Scott Soto (JOURNEY, TALISMAN, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) are among the musicians who will take part in the fifth annual Rock & Pop Masters, set to take place Saturday, March 14, 2009 at the Weston Regional Park in Weston, Florida.

The following artists are scheduled to perform at the event:

Larry Hoppen (ORLEANS)
Joe Lynn Turner (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW)
Mark Farner (GRAND FUNK RAILROAD)
David Pack (AMBROSIA)
Joe Bouchard (BLUE ÖYSTER CULT)
Jeff Scott Soto (JOURNEY, TALISMAN, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN)
Robert Papst & Jane Bogaert (DOMINOE)
Charlie Morgan (ELTON JOHN, TRISHA YEARWOOD, ORLEANS)
Lane & Lance Hoppen (ORLEANS)
Jerry Riggs (PAT TRAVERS)
Barry Dunaway (PAT TRAVERS, SURVIVOR)

For more information, visit RPMconcerts.com.

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