MEGADETH: DAVE MUSTAINE's Assistant In Milwaukee Tells Her Story

A member of the official MEGADETH fan club, MegaFanClub, has described her day of being Dave Mustaine's personal assistant while in Milwaukee this past September 19. Jamie Kaufmann earned the spot by taking part in the backstage pass membership drive that the fan club offered to its members throughout the U.S. tour. Read Jamie's story at this location.

MEGADETH kicked off its U.S. headlining tour on September 4 in Anchorage, Alaska. The trek will take the band through 24 U.S. cites ending up in Norfolk Virginia on October 6. Support on the dates comes from IN THIS MOMENT and THE CONFESSION.

For a list of upcoming MEGADETH shows, click here.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of MEGADETH performing the song "Wake Up Dead" at Lupo's in Providence, Rhode Island on Sept. 28, 2007:


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