QUEENSRŸCHE Drummer SCOTT ROCKENFIELD Composing Music For Animated Educational Series

May 28, 2015

QUEENSRŸCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield is composing the music for a new educational animated series that will help tell the stories of cities around the world. Along with director/writer Richard Jellerson, producer/art director Thomas Moore, producer/writer Todd Mattox, and several others, Rockenfield has launched an Indiegogo campaign in the hopes of raising $70,000 to fund "Tale Of A City", which will explore mysteries, challenges and growth about cities around the globe.

According to a press release, the program will be historically accurate, entertaining and rich with hilarious characters and anecdotes that appeal to all ages. The people behind the project are also working in conjunction with The Los Angeles Film School's Military Department and will be giving a percentage of the proceeds to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

The "Tale Of A City" pilot episode is about Boston. Other cities that are said to be included are New York, Seattle, Atlanta, London, Paris, San Francisco and Rome.

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